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                                                                             Electrical building services engineering is considered to deal with the problems
                                                                             associated with large-scale electrical systems within buildings such as power
                                                                             transmission, motor control, lighting and small power and BMS.

In most countries, a Bachelor's degree in engineering represents the first step towards professional certification and the degree
program itself is certified by a professional body. After completing a certified degree course the engineer must satisfy a range of
requirements (including work experience requirements) before being certified. Once certified the engineer is designated the title of
Chartered Engineer or European Engineer

The advantages of certification vary depending upon location. Practically all certifying bodies maintain a code of ethics In most
countries, a Bachelor's degree in engineering represents the first step towards professional certification and the degree program
itself is certified by a professional body. After completing a certified degree program the engineer must satisfy a range of requirements (including work experience requirements) before being certified. Once certified the engineer is designated the title of Chartered Engineer) or European Engineer (in much of the European Union).
Professional bodies of note for electrical engineers include the Chartered Institute of Building Services Engineers (CIBSE), the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) and the Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET). The IEEE claims to produce 30% of the world's literature in electrical engineering, has over 360,000 members worldwide and holds over 3,000 conferences annually. The IET publishes 21 journals, has a worldwide membership of over 150,000, and claims to be the largest professional engineering society in Europe. Obsolescence of technical skills is a serious concern for electrical engineers. Membership and participation in technical societies, regular reviews of periodicals in the field and a habit of continued learning are therefore essential to maintaining proficiency
An engineer's work must also comply with numerous other rules and regulations such as building codes and legislation pertaining to environmental law.

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