An accord refers to an official arrangement whereby countries or groups reach an agreement in which all involved parties conform and consent to a shared goal or aspiration. An accord represents a concurrence of opinions and shared motivations, with each group working toward the same outcome. An example of this would be the Washington accord, whereby participating countries ensure a country tertiary educational programme are substaintially equivalent and their outcomes are consistent.
Find below the different Accords that the Institition refers to as the requirements.
The Washington Accord is an international agreement between bodies responsible for accrediting engineering degree programmes.Read More
The Dublin Accord is an International Agreement establishing the required educational base for Engineering Technicians.Read More
The Sydney Accord is an International Agreement between bodies responsible for accrediting engineering technology academic programmes.Read More