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[4.0] Whilst these larger Institutions are thoroughly representative of the profession of Engineering, their province is to deal with the science and problems of Engineering which are of equal interest to all Engineers. The Association strictly confines its attention to matters affecting the status, professional conduct, emolument and the general interests of those Engineers who have adopted consulting work as their profession.

[5.0] Consulting Engineers form only a small proportion of the membership of the larger Institutions, and it is obvious that the rules of professional conduct, as formulated by the Association, would not be applicable to the majority of the members of these Institutions.

[6.0] The Association is a ready medium through which its members can consult with each other on all matters of professional interest, and affords a means by which the procedure of the consulting profession may be coordinated and handed on to those entering its ranks.

[7.0] Experience has shown that matters are constantly arising on which it is an advantage to Consulting Engineers to obtain the opinion of their colleagues in the profession. The Association provides this opportunity through its Council which keeps in touch with all matters affecting the profession, and puts its advice and assistance at the disposal of members in any matters of difficulty arising in the course of their practice.

[8.0] The Association is also a medium through which the public can be informed as to the standing, experience and qualifications of its members. If any person requiring professional advice and assistance is in doubt as to whom to approach, the Association is always to nominate one or more members specially qualified for the purpose.



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