Project Title

Promoting Regional Connectivity of Professionally Qualified Engineers in APEC 

Project Year

2017   

Project Number

HRD 02 2017A 

Project Session

Session 2   

Project Type

Standard 

Project Status

Project in Implementation   
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Project No.

HRD 02 2017A 

Project Title

Promoting Regional Connectivity of Professionally Qualified Engineers in APEC 

Project Status

Project in Implementation 

Publication (if any)

 

Fund Account

APEC Support Fund 

Sub-fund

ASF: Connectivity 

Project Year

2017 

Project Session

Session 2 

APEC Funding

100,000 

Co-funding Amount

Total Project Value

100,000 

Sponsoring Forum

Human Resource Development Working Group (HRDWG) 

Topics

Human Resources Development 

Committee

SOM Steering Committee on Economic and Technical Cooperation (SCE) 

Other Fora Involved

 

Other Non-APEC Stakeholders Involved

 

Proposing Economy(ies)

Singapore 

Co-Sponsoring Economies

Australia; Canada; Hong Kong, China; Indonesia; Japan; New Zealand; Russia; Chinese Taipei; Thailand 

Expected Start Date

01/11/2017 

Expected Completion Date

30/12/2018 

Project Proponent Name 1

Tan Seng-Chuan 

Job Title 1

Chairman 

Organization 1

APEC Engineer Coordinating Committee 

Postal Address 1

70 Bukit Tinggi Road, Singapore 289758 

Telephone 1

65-98159861 

Fax 1

Not Applicable 

Email 1

sengchuan.tan@outlook.com 

Project Proponent Name 2

Not Applicable 

Job Title 2

Not Applicable 

Organization 2

Not Applicable 

Postal Address 2

Not Applicable 

Telephone 2

Not Applicable 

Fax 2

Not Applicable 

Email 2

Not Applicable 

Declaration

Tan Seng-Chuan 

Project Summary

The ongoing infrastructure boom in Asia Pacific will boost the demand for professionally qualified engineers, yet the supply of professionally qualified engineers is uneven across the region. This proposal aims to revitalize the APEC Engineers Agreement to facilitate greater connectivity for professionally qualified engineers. The first component of this project is the creation of a databank which will serve as a credentials-sharing platform for professionally qualified engineers in the region. The databank would enable APEC economies to verify whether the credential of an engineer is substantially equivalent to those currently working within their respective jurisdictions, and engage the services of such engineers where needed. The second component of the project is to hold a dialogue in SOM3 2018 for key stakeholders in APEC Economies – policy makers, business/private sector representatives, and APEC Engineers – to discuss issues and concerns related to trade in engineering services and to develop recommendations to promote regional integration.

Relevance

The ongoing infrastructure boom in Asia Pacific will boost the demand for professionally qualified engineers in particular, those with experience and specialized skills related to the energy, environmental and water sectors, transport infrastructure, urbanization, and industrialization. However, information on the skill sets and credentials of these engineers is currently not available or accessible by prospective employers and government agencies in APEC economies. The APEC Engineers agreement was developed under the HRDWG to recognize equivalencies in the qualifications and experience of practicing qualified engineers in APEC. The clear benefits of the agreement saw its membership expanding from 8 founding economies in 2000 to 15 economies in 2016. As the agreement matures, there is a need to relook and refresh it to better address the heightened demand for engineers in Asia Pacific.

The establishment of a public and accessible databank of APEC Engineers will further enhance the benefits to the region by facilitating the identification and engagement of relevant and professionally qualified engineers. A one day workshop and dialogue will also be organized, to bring together key stakeholders, including policy makers, business/private sector representatives, and APEC Engineers, for a refresher on the APEC Engineers Agreement and to discuss challenges and recommendations in facilitating the trade in engineering services.

This project falls under Rank 1 because it facilitates skilled labour mobility across borders to fill the skills gaps in APEC markets, which contributes to the people-to-people connectivity pillar under the APEC Connectivity Blueprint. This project is also aligned with the APEC Services Competitiveness Roadmap’s action plan on supporting cross-border mobility for professionals by strengthening the APEC Engineer Register, which can guide APEC’s future work in this area. The proposed dialogue on engineering services can help to identify new areas of work that APEC could consider in achieving its objective of facilitating skilled labour mobility. The background and outcome of the Project can also be provided as input for the APEC Services Competitiveness Roadmap (ASCR) consolidated matrix circulated by the GOS Chair prior to SOM Meetings.

Objectives

The main objective of the APEC Engineers Databank is to provide users with a central, accessible and public platform to share clear and useful information (eg. profile, credentials, and contact details) of registered APEC Engineers. This will significantly reduce the search costs and time for professionally qualified engineers, particularly for projects with unique requirements and demands. 

The main objectives of the workshop and dialogue are to increase knowledge and awareness of the challenges in the provision of cross border engineering services; share best regulatory practices; develop recommendations to increase the trade in engineering services; and to promote the usage of the databank. 

Ultimately, this will help to facilitate the mobility of APEC engineers.

Alignment

Alignment - APEC: This project supports the APEC 2017 priorities on “Promoting Sustainable, Innovative and Inclusive Growth”; and “Deepening Regional Economic Integration”. Strengthening the trade in engineering services enhances economic growth and job creation, given the centrality of services in the APEC economies. This will also address the shortage of professionally qualified engineers in the region and contribute to the broad APEC agenda that require engineering specialties such as promoting the green economy and improving physical connectivity, including rural-urban development. 

This project is guided by the APEC Leaders’ endorsement of the APEC Services Competitiveness Roadmap 2016 – 2025 to support cross-border mobility for professionals, building on initiatives such as the APEC Engineers Registers. We are further guided by the APEC Connectivity Blueprint for 2015 – 2020 which encourages work to help expand the number of bilateral and multilateral MRAs in the region. The project will also contribute to the Osaka Action Agenda, where the benchmarking of the APEC Engineer was mooted by APEC Human Resources Development Ministers (HRD) in Manila in January 1996 urging the acceleration and expansion of mutual recognition of skill qualifications to facilitate trade within the region. The project supports the sharing of knowledge, experience, and skills to strengthen a purposeful, region-wide partnership across APEC economies.

Alignment to Forum: This project is in line with the APEC HRD Action Plan (2015 – 2018) on Strengthening People-to-People Connectivity through HRD as recognized in the 2014 Joint Ministerial Statement of the 6th Human Resources Development Ministerial Meeting. In particular, it will help to facilitate:

·  The exchange of innovative ideas and best practices

·  Transfer of technology to developing economies seeking such assistance

·  People-to-people exchanges

The proposed project will also provide APEC Economies with better insights on key engineering expertise sought after by users of the APEC Engineers Databank. This can thus help to support efforts in developing skills to better meet supply chain demands.

TILF/ASF Justification

Currently out of the 14 members and 1 provisional member of the APEC Engineers agreement, 9 members are developing economies. The databank would improve the mobility of the APEC engineers in these developing economies, which enables skills / experience sharing and reputation building of their engineering sectors. The databank is also publicly accessible allowing all economies, members or not, to identify and engage the services of professionally qualified engineers where needed. This would create opportunities for the local stakeholders to learn from the professionally qualified. 

The workshop and dialogue would enable developing economies to learn about the APEC Engineer Programme, and understand how this can be capitalized to facilitate the transfer of technology to those seeking such assistance. The participants will also get the opportunity to discuss challenges and recommendations in facilitating the trade in engineering services to better address the heightened demand for engineers in their respective economies.

Beneficiaries and Outputs

Outputs: 

DATABANK:
The databank will be hosted on the website of the International Engineering Alliance (IEA), which currently features information on APEC Engineer. IEA is a global not-for-profit organization, which comprises members from 36 jurisdictions within 27 countries, across seven international agreements. These international agreements, including the APEC Engineer Agreement, govern the recognition of engineering educational qualifications and professional competence. Each economy register will be responsible to upload and maintain the information of its respective APEC Engineers in the databank. The information would include details such as the expertise, discipline, industry, summary of experience and contact details of the respective APEC Engineers. This would allow prospective stakeholders to easily access the skill sets and credentials of these engineers, thus reducing the search time for professionally qualified engineers, particularly for projects with unique requirements and demands.

A pre-databank survey will also be conducted with potential users to identify their key search criteria when hiring engineers in order to create a standard databank template which is relevant for the users.

WORKSHOP & DIALOGUE: The objective of the workshop and dialogue is to promote the new database among APEC officials and stakeholders, to discuss issues and concerns related to trade in engineering services and to develop recommendations to promote regional integration. The event will comprise of individual presentations followed by a roundtable discussion to enable greater conversation between session participants. The presentations will include an introduction to the databank and on how APEC Engineer can help to promote regional connectivity. Multilateral organizations and government agencies will also be invited to share on project opportunities. Potential speakers include The Institution of Engineers Singapore, Engineers Australia, Chinese Institute of Engineers, Taiwan, Institution of Professional Engineers Japan, Engineering New Zealand, Asian Development Bank and government representatives from China and Canada. During the roundtable discussion, the different economies can share their regulatory practices and discuss issues and concerns related to trade in engineering services. Each economy currently operates its own professional register which follows different processes, standards and definitions in recognising professional qualifications. Regardless of an engineer’s status as an APEC Engineer, an engineer from an economy still needs to follow the qualification and licensing procedures of another economy in order to practice there. Through this dialogue, we hope to give participants a better understanding of the challenges faced and encourage them to use the APEC Engineer Register as the recognised platform in facilitating the mobility of engineers. The event is tentatively scheduled in SOM3 2018 to leverage on the attendance of the APEC officials at the APEC meetings. 

A post-workshop and dialogue evaluation survey will be conducted with all  speakers and participants to provide feedback on the outcomes of the event whether the objectives are met, whether the information sharing is able to bring about changes after its completion and how.

FINAL REPORT: A report, summarizing the outcome of the databank, workshop and dialogue, will be produced. The report will include recommendations to guide APEC’s future work in supporting cross-border mobility for professionals.

Outcomes: The databank will provide stakeholders with a wider selection of qualified engineers. They will be able to rely on the databank to search for competent engineers. This would also help to establish a process for information sharing. 

The workshop and dialogue would enhance the APEC Engineer program’s visibility to governments, multilaterals and private employers. It would help to encourage the acceptance of cross border collaborations, thus helping to increase engineers’ employability and mobility.

Beneficiaries: The databank will be accessible by the stakeholders and general public. It will benefit in particular:

·  APEC Engineers – enable them to profile or promote their skills and professional services

·  Prospective Employers –  provide them with direct access to pool of qualified talent

·  Public and Private Sector Organizations  – provide them with resource to support cross border projects, skills transfer and innovation

·   Academic Institutions and Training Course Providers – help them identify suitable trainers, experts and speakers for their courses, initiatives and research & development programmes.

We plan to reach out to the private sector representatives by direct contact as well as through the member organizations of the International Engineering Alliance, the Federation of Engineering Institutions Asia and Pacific and the World Federation of Engineering Organizations.

The workshop and dialogue will be conducted for all key stakeholders in APEC Economies – policy makers, multilateral organizations, private sector representatives, professional engineering organizations and APEC Engineers.

Dissemination

The databank will be hosted on the publicly accessible website of the International Engineering Alliance. 

The final report will be disseminated via email to all workshop and dialogue participants, Human Resource Development Working Group (HRDWG) representatives, Group on Services (GOS) representatives as well as other relevant stakeholders who were invited but not able to attend the dialogue. All documents and presentations presented at the event for which the project overseers have permission to reproduce, will also be made publicly available on the APEC Document Database.

The recommendations from the proposed dialogue will be presented at the RDWG and GOS in one of their sessions for feedback and support.

The final report will also be published on all relevant websites. This would include the website of the Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC), International Engineering Alliance (IEA), ASEAN Federation of Engineering Organizations (AFEO), Federation of Engineering Institutions of Asia and Pacific (FEIAP), World Federation of Engineering Organizations (WFEO) and the individual website of each of the APEC Engineer member organizations. Economies and all participants will also be encouraged to disseminate the report to their domestic stakeholders, particularly the relevant firms and/or organizations that would benefit from the outcomes report.

Gender

The databank will provide insights into the expertise of women APEC Engineers across economies and encourages collaborations and discussions of specific issues relating to women engineers. 

Gender considerations will be taken into account when selecting the experts (speakers or facilitators) and the development of workshop and dialogue content. We will aim for 50% of the speakers to be women. Each participating economy will also be encouraged to nominate a 30% representation of women in its participation.

Work Plan

The timeline of the databank is as follows:

Actvities

Nov

Dec

Jan

Feb

Mar

Apr

May

Jun

Jul

Aug

Sep

Oct

Nov

Dec

2017

2018

Conduct survey with potential users to identify their key search criteria when hiring engineers in order to create a standard template for the Databank

X

APEC Engineer member organisations to prepare data for the Databank

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

Selection and engagement of vendor

X

IT vendor to set up Databank platform on IEA website

X

X

X

Launch of databank at the Dialogue and Workshop in August 2018

Conduct promotion for the Databank

X

X

X

X

X

Conduct ongoing evaluation of the Databank

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

The timeline of the Workshop is as follows:-

Actvities

Nov

Dec

Jan

Feb

Mar

Apr

May

Jun

Jul

Aug

Sep

Oct

Nov

Dec

2017

2018

Develop Workshop and Dialogue programme

X

Finalize date and venue

X

Invite experts and facilitators

X

X

Shortlist and invite participants

X

X

X

Conduct Workshop and Dialogue in August 2018

X

Submit final report, which will include recommendations for future work

X


Note:
Number of registered APEC Engineers as of 2015: 7,580 from 14 APEC Economies.

The databank will reside on the website of the International Engineering Alliance.

Maintenance of databank: To ensure sustainability of the project, each economy register will need to continue to update and maintain the data of their respective APEC Engineers. The APEC Engineer Coordinating Committee will oversee this effort.

Risks

Databank

Risks

Mitigation

The type of information provided by each economy register is not standardized

Each economy register will be given a standard template to fill to ensure that a common set of information is submitted.

The data of all registered APEC Engineers may not be made available according to schedule

All economy registers to establish a mutually agreed-upon timeline whereby information can be provided in batches.

The project information will also be effectively communicated to the APEC Engineer Monitoring Committee Chair for each economy.

The databank may not be continuously updated

Any concerns related to the maintenance of the databank will be discussed and resolved at the APEC Engineer Coordinating Committee. The databank conformance will also be incorporated into the APEC Engineer Manual and its peer review system.

Low usage of databank

To create awareness of the databank, each economy register will be responsible to promote the databank and the qualifications of APEC Engineers.

Workshop and Dialogue

Risks

Mitigation

Poor turnout of participants

The dialogue will be held alongside the APEC Meetings in August 2018 to leverage on the participation of APEC officials. Event details and invitations will be circulated to economies early. The event report and materials will also be subsequently made available for circulation.

Due to work and other unforeseen circumstances, speakers might pull out

Organizer to maintain a reserve list of speakers.

Participants attending may not be the right parties for the subject of discussion

Organizer will provide the discussion topics and recommended participants’ profile for economies to consider when nominating their participants. The event report and materials will also be subsequently made available for circulation.

Monitoring and Evaluation

Databank: Potential indicators to measure the progress and impact of the databank include the number of users logging in, the user profile of the databank (member of the public, government, private etc), the type of engineering expertise sought and the economy where the request originates, the number and profile of registrants on the databank (age, gender and nationality of APEC Engineers), and the increased number of registrants using the databank. 

The measure of success of the databank would also be determined by the ability of the stakeholders to identify relevant and suitable candidates. This information can be gathered based on feedback by the stakeholders. 

Additionally, a pre-databank survey will also be conducted to identify the key search criteria of potential users when hiring engineers to help ensure that the relevant information is reflected accordingly in the databank. 

Dialogue: All speakers and participants to provide feedback through an evaluation survey on the outcomes of the dialogue whether the objectives are met, whether the information sharing is able to bring about changes after its completion and how. 

The recommendations from the dialogue to be presented at the HRDWG and GOS in one of their sessions for feedback and support. 

The organizers are also aiming for 50% of the speakers to be women and for each participating economy to nominate a 30% representation of women in its participation. 

A survey will also be conducted with all APEC Engineer member organizations at the APEC Engineer Coordinating Committee meeting in 2019 to evaluate the effectiveness of the databank and whether the objectives are met.

Linkages

We plan to engage the representatives of the APEC Human Resource Development Working Group and Group on Services in APEC Economies, and the national engineering organizations of the APEC Engineer member economies in nominating eligible participants from their respective organizations. Further, we will work with the APEC Business Advisory Council and the Small and Medium Enterprises Working Group to nominate potential private companies to attend the dialogue.

We will also invite relevant government agencies and multilateral organizations such as the Asian Development Bank to attend and present on their project opportunities. In addition, we will work with external parties such as the International Engineering Alliance, the Federation of Engineering Institutions Asia and Pacific and the World Federation of Engineering Organizations to maintain and develop the professional competence of APEC Engineers and to promote the usage of the databank to their members.

The project will build on the previous work initiated by the Chinese Taipei APEC Engineer Monitoring Committee and the Workforce Development Agency of Ministry of Labor, Chinese Taipei to establish a database of APEC Engineers. On 21 and 22 September 2015, a 2 day workshop was conducted to discuss the feasibility and implementation of a centralized databank. The workshop, co funded by APEC, was attended by 75 participants from 15 member economies. In this workshop, it was concluded by all participants the need to establish individual economy registers and to have the data linked to a centralized website. The proposed project will focus on the implementation of the databank.

The APEC Services Competitiveness Roadmap (2016-2025) sets a useful context and guide for the development and implementation of the dialogue. The Roadmap outlines the APEC-wide action in supporting cross-border mobility for professionals, building on initiatives such as the APEC Engineers Register to facilitate mutual recognition arrangements. Furthermore, as outlined in the APEC HRD Action Plan (2015 – 2018), strengthening people-to-people connectivity is one of the priority areas endorsed by the HRDWG fora. However, at the moment, only 15 out of 21 APEC Economies are currently engaged in promoting engineer mobility. It shows that there are still improvements needed to achieve a better engagement. Hence, there is a need to relook and refresh the APEC Engineer agreement to better address the heightened demand for engineers in Asia Pacific.

Sustainability

To ensure sustainability of the project, each member organization of the APEC Engineer (also known as the economy register) will need to continuously monitor and update the database. The APEC Engineer, comprising of 15 member economies, is represented by the following organizations: 

Economy

Represented by

Australia

Engineers Australia

Canada

Engineers Canada

Chinese Taipei

Chinese Institute of Engineers

Hong Kong China

The Hong Kong Institution of Engineers

Indonesia

Persatuan Insinyur Indonesia

Japan

The Institution of Professional Engineers, Japan

Korea

Korean Professional Engineers Association

Malaysia

The Institution of Engineers Malaysia

New Zealand

The Institution of Professional Engineers New Zealand

Philippines

Philippine Technological Council

Russian Federation

Russian Association for Engineering Education

Singapore

The Institution of Engineers Singapore

Thailand

Council of Engineers, Thailand

United States

National Council of Examiners for Engineering and Surveying

Peru

Peruvian Engineers Association

The APEC Engineer member organization is an authorized body established in the participating economy, to develop and maintain a Register of APEC Engineers in that economy. Under the APEC Engineer Framework, the Monitoring Committee of the member organization is responsible to provide timely and accurate information on the status of any practitioner claiming to be listed on its APEC Engineer Register to any person or organisation having a legitimate need for access to such information, to exchange relevant data with the other authorised bodies, and, within their economy, to function as a single point of contact on all matters relating to APEC Engineers.

The annual APEC Engineer Coordinating Committee meeting, which will be attended by all APEC Engineer member organizations, will be used as a platform for continued information exchanges and continued evaluation of the project.  The member organizations will report the status and challenges at the meeting. 

At the APEC Engineer Coordinating Committee meeting in June 2017, all member organizations have agreed to provide the necessary data for the databank and to maintain the databank. 

The database conformance will also be incorporated into the APEC Engineer Manual and its peer review system to ensure that the databank is current and up to date. Under the APEC Engineer Framework, we have a peer review system to ensure that each member organization conforms to the standards and processes required of the APEC Engineer Agreement. The APEC Engineer Manual provides overall guidance to participating APEC economies for the operation of APEC Engineer Registers and includes a description of the Framework as a whole and the particular requirements of the assessment system. 

Each respective organization would also need to continue to conduct better marketing and clarification of the APEC Engineer programme’s goals and benefits to improve the adoption and overall value of the programme. Potential marketing platforms may include organizing talks, making presentations at local and international events, and disseminating flyers and E-News to its members and network on the latest developments to increase awareness of the existence and benefit of APEC Engineer.

Project Overseers

1)    Er. Tan Seng Chuan
Chairman, APEC Engineer Coordinating Committee
Past President and Chairman of International Outreach Committee
The Institution of Engineers Singapore
70 Bukit Tinggi Road,
Singapore 289758
Mob: +6598159861
Email: sengchuan.tan@outlook.com

Er. Tan Seng Chuan graduated from National University of Singapore (NUS) Faculty of Civil Engineering in 1983, he obtained Post Graduate Diploma in Building Science and Master of Science (Building Science) from NUS in 1985 and 1991 respectively.  He is a Professional Engineer, Chartered Engineer for Environmental and Water registered in Singapore; Chartered Professional Engineer registered in Australia; and an ASEAN Chartered Professional Engineer as well as Registered APEC Engineer.  He is an Honorary Fellow of The Institution of Engineers Singapore and Engineers Australia, he was conferred to ASEAN Federation of Engineering Organization Honorary Fellow in 2009 and awarded FEIAP Engineer of the Year Award in 2017.

Er. Tan is the Managing Director of Tembusu Asia Consulting, he is responsible for the leadership and growth of business across multiple countries in the region. His professional experiences covers sustainability, engineering, environmental, project and program management in the area of Oil & Gas, water and wastewater, Energy & Power, Chemical and Petrochemical, Building and Construction, Industrial Facilities, Mass Rapid Transit, Climate Change adaptation and mitigation and other infrastructure projects in Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand, Indonesia, Philippines, China, India and Australia.

In his 34 years of experiences, he has lead a number of successful projects in Asia Pacific region, some  the representative projects were Deep Tunnel Sewerage System, Changi Water Reclamation Plant, Changi MRT Depot, The Concourse @ Beach Road, Ministry of Manpower Building @ Havelock, HDB Public Housing, Procter & Gamble Singapore Innovation Centre, Seagate W3 Facility @ Woodland, International Flavors & Fragrances Manufacturing Facility, US Air Force Facilities, Tate & Lyle Sucralose Plant, Port Dickson Power, Paiton Power, Nam Phong Power Plant and other Program Development i.e. Chevron, Exxonmobil, DuPont, OilTanking, P&G, BHP, FPIC etc.

Er. Tan served as the President of the Institution of Engineers, Singapore (IES) from 2006 to 2008; and the President of Federation of Engineering Institutions of Asia and the Pacific (FEIAP) from 2007 till 2011. He served as Vice President of World Federation of Engineering Organization (WFEO) in 2011 to 2015; He serve in WFEO as advisor to the president, WFEO-UN Relations Committee and Vice Chair of WFEO Committee on Engineering and the Environment, Er. Tan is also the chairman of PUB Active, Beautiful, Clean Waters (ABC Waters) Program ABC Water Professional Monitoring Committee since 2006, which strategizes practice and training initiative to improve the quality of water and mitigate the impact of climate change. He also chaired the World Engineers Summit on Climate Change in 2013 and 2015, and the Industry Round Table at WES2015 on Climate Change Mitigation and Adaptation as well as building climate change resilience in the community. 

In May 2017 he was re-elected as Chairman of APEC Engineers Coordinating Committee during International Engineering Alliance (IEA) meeting in Alaska, he also serves as IEA Governing Board member; at the national level, he serve as member of the Monitoring Committee of Professional Engineers Board, Singapore for ASEAN Chartered Professional Engineers Register; Besides contributing to the local and international engineering community, Er Tan was appointed by Singapore Medical Council to serve as member of Disciplinary and Complaints Committee from 2004 to 2010, he also serve in the Inquiry Panel of Law Society of Singapore since 2009 till to date.

2)  Ms. Khoo Su Ling Assistant Director, Engineering Excellence
The Institution of Engineers Singapore
70 Bukit Tinggi Road,
Singapore 289758
DID: +6564611231
Mob: +6598490491
Email: khoo.sl@iesnet.org.sg

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