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Chartered Engineer (CEng)

EUR ING Joao Alves MEng CEng MICE

Published: 05/04/2018

To anyone considering professional registration, I would say go for it! Becoming a CEng is very worthwhile. …

Marie-Louise Hodgson MSc CEng FCIHT

Marie-Louise Hodgson MSc CEng FCIHT

Published: 12/02/2018

My CEng credentials improve the credentials of the firm as a whole, adding greater weight to bids for major projects. …

Michael Clifford BEng (Hons) MSc CEng FIFireE CPEng MIPENZ FCABE

Michael Clifford BEng (Hons) MSc CEng FIFireE CPEng MIPENZ FCABE

Published: 18/12/2017

Being professionally registered gives confidence to clients, both old and new, that I am competent to complete my role as a Senior Fire Engineer. …

Rachel Long CEng MIMMM

Rachel Long CEng MIMMM

Published: 03/10/2016

“I believe that all engineers and technicians should have the opportunity to become professionally registered” …

Helen Cavill CEng MIMechE

Helen Cavill CEng MIMechE

Published: 01/08/2016

“The biggest advantage is my emotional intelligence, a trait that from my experience is more prominent in women. I can understand and predict how people will react and often diffuse tense situations better than my colleagues.” …

Eileen Russell CEng MIMechE

Eileen Russell CEng MIMechE

Published: 01/06/2016

“My job is exactly the same as it would be for a male engineer. I feel respected and supported as part of the engineering team..” …

Alistair Smith MSc CEng FSOE FIPlantE

Alistair Smith MSc CEng FSOE FIPlantE

Published: 01/06/2016

“Being one of a handful of Chartered Engineers has given me recognition and respect among the executives, my colleagues within the business and, most importantly, our clients.” …

Helen Randell MEng CEng MICE

Helen Randell MEng CEng MICE

Published: 01/01/2016

“Being a CEng has really helped me, especially when dealing with designers and clients on site. They respect my suggestions and comments more, which can be useful as a woman engineer. It has also given me more confidence in my ability and decisions, particularly when challenging an aspect of design.” …

Lynsey Seal CEng MIFireE

Lynsey Seal CEng MIFireE

Published: 02/11/2015

"Talk to others who have already undergone the process and consider all registration options available. Be honest about your experience and get used to talking and writing about what you as an individual have done – registration is not a time for modesty." …

Flt Lt David Littlemore BEng (Hons) CEng MICE MAPM

Flt Lt David Littlemore BEng (Hons) CEng MICE MAPM

Published: 01/12/2015

"Make the most of every opportunity to go out on site and see things happening first hand, or attend professional meetings to increase your industry knowledge and contacts." …

Abigail Hutty MEng (Hons) CEng MIMechE MIET

Abigail Hutty MEng (Hons) CEng MIMechE MIET

Published: 01/12/2014

"Keep going! The process can sound arduous but in reality only takes a modest amount of further work beyond what you would already do as a working engineer." …