The Comité de Liaison des Géomètres Européens (CLGE) has its Jubilee in 2012. It was indeed founded in the cradle of the Fédération Internationale des Géomètres (FIG) in 1962 and thus exists for 50 years in 2012. During the FIG Congress in Wiesbaden in 1972, CLGE got its current name. Its original objective was to consider the implementation of the Treaty of Rome in relation to the geodetic surveying profession.
As FEPI before, and with a renewed enthusiasm and determination, the European Nursing Council (ENC) strives to become the voice of the European regulatory bodies and competent authorities for nursing in order to protect European citizens and patients by securing excellence in (1) nursing competences and practice, (2) professional standards, (3) continuous education and training and (4) codes of conduct. To realize these objectives, we act as an advocate of patient safety towards the European Institutions in order to promote patient safety and public health at the national and European levels.
The European Federation of Clinical Chemistry and Laboratory Medicine (EFLM) was formed in June 2007 at the Euromedlab Congress in Amsterdam by the merger of the Forum of European Societies of Clinical Chemistry (FESCC) and the European Communities Confederation of Clinical Chemistry (EC4). EFLM connects National Societies of Clinical Chemistry and Laboratory Medicine and creates a platform for all European “Specialists in Laboratory Medicine”.
The ECEC is the umbrella organisation of European Engineers Chambers. It represents the professional interest of Chartered Engineers on European level. Its members are national Chambers or other legally established public bodies representing authorized Chartered Engineers. Currently the ECEC represents 16 Chambers and over 300.000 highly qualified European Chartered Engineers who are members in these Chambers.
EFPA is the leading Federation of National Psychologists Associations.
It provides a forum for European cooperation in a wide range of fields of academic training, psychology practice and research.
The EAP represents 128 organisations (31 national umbrella associations, 17 European-wide associations for psychotherapy) from 41 European countries and by that more than 120.000 psychotherapists. Membership is also open for individual psychotherapists.
Based on the “Strasbourg Declaration on Psychotherapy of 1990” the EAP represents high training standards for a scientifically based and stands for a free and independent practice of psychotherapy.
The Orthoptistes de la Communauté Européenne (OCE) is the representative professional body in the EU and spokesperson for the orthoptic profession on European topics. The OCE was founded to collate and to provide the European authorities, the member states and the individual orthoptists with up to date information on the state of orthoptics in the various EU countries.
FEANI is a federation of professional engineers that unites national engineering associations from 33 European Higher Education Area (EHEA) countries. FEANI is striving for a single voice for the engineering profession in Europe and wants to affirm and develop the professional identity of engineers
EUPLMG is an international non-profit-making association is constituted under the name “EUPLMG – European Union of Pharmacist Specialists in Laboratory Medicine. It represents all Pharmacists Specialists in Laboratory Medicine and/or Human Genetics in Europe, operating through a Council, an Executive Board, a Financial Council, Specialist Sections & Speciality Boards. Its work is sustained by Standing Committees on Continuing Pharmaceutical Education and Professional Development, on Postgraduate Training, as well as ad hoc Working Groups.
CPLOL is the Standing Liaison Committee of Speech and Language Therapists / Logopedists in the European Union. The acronym ‘CPLOL’ refers to the French name: Comité Permanent de Liaison des Orthophonistes / Logopedes de l’Union Européenne.Members of CPLOL are the national professional organizations of SLTs / logopedists meeting the criteria for membership set by the General Assembly. Organizations from European countries outside the EU can be admitted as observer members.
CPLOL is currently composed of 31 professional organizations of speech and language therapists / logopedists in 30 countries
E.C.C.O. was established in 1991 by 14 European Conservator-Restorers‘ Organisations. Currently representing close to 6.000 professionals within 22 countries and 25 members organisations, including one international body (IADA), E.C.C.O. embodies the field of preservation of cultural heritage, both movable and immovable.
Conservator-Restorers are increasingly becoming involved in administration and management of cultural heritage. During its more than 25 years of existence, E.C.C.O. has established principles and fought for regulation to control access to the profession of the Conservator-Restorer, by articulating professional standards and publishing guidelines for education and practice.