Candidates from around the world sat the ICT’s examinations in concrete technology and construction in 2013, many passing with credit or distinction:
Concrete Technology and Construction
Stage 1: Concrete Practice 14 passed (3 with credit and 10 with distinction)
Stage 2: General Principles 60 passed (15 with credit and 4 with distinction)
Stage 3: Practical Applications 19 passed (4 with credit and 3 with distinction)
Aggregates in Construction: 5 passed (2 with credit)
Stage 4: ACT Diploma: 16 passed (1 with distinction)
Represented by the registrants were Australia, Belgium, India, Ireland, Lebanon, Netherlands, Oman, Portugal, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Serbia, South Africa, UAE, UK and Zimbabwe, confirming the wide geographical spread of the Institute’s activities.
The suite of Concrete Technology and Construction examinations leads, through four stages, to the ultimate award of the prestigious Diploma in Advanced Concrete Technology – the concrete sector’s leading qualification in the subject.