IDA has the right to bargain on behalf of the vast majority of its members who are employed in the public sector, including those who have not graduated from traditional engineering programs.
The programs for which IDA has the right to bargain include civil engineers, academic engineers, MSc. in computer engineering, technical engineers, professional master’s degree in engineering (MSc Eng.), export engineers, food engineers and food science graduates and human nutrition and meat technology graduates.
The programs for which IDA does not have the right to bargain include pharmacy, food and nutrition, architects, animal science, molecular biomedicine, natural resources (plants, environment, nature management, environmental economics), veterinary medicine, molecular biology, molecular medicine, agricultural economics, landscape architecture.
The exhaustive overview of the programs and which organization has the right to bargain collectively is attached as Appendix A to the public sector agreements.
This division of the right to collective bargain in the public sector does not apply equally in the private sector. However, special conditions may apply here, if there are business groups or academic clubs.
IDA and the Danish Association of Architectural Technologists (Konstruktørforeningen) has made an agreement concerning the freedom to choose organization if you are a Bachelor of Architectural Technology and Construction (Bygningskonstruktør) with the master's degree cand.tech who is employed in the public sector.
OBS! The documents are in Danish.