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Licensed institutions are deemed to have sufficient experience, procedures and resources to undertake the following tasks:
There are currently 35 licensed institutions, whose details can be found below.
The first step to becoming professionally registered with the Engineering Council as EngTech, IEng, CEng or ICTTech is membership of a licensed professional engineering institution. The institution will act as the awarding body for your registration.
When choosing which institution to contact it is best to join one closest to the discipline of engineering you work in. They will be best placed to assess your competence for professional registration. If you find that there are two or three suitable institutions, you might wish to join more than one, or contact all those suitable to choose which best meets your needs.
There are many benefits of professional engineering institution membership, including:
Professional engineering institutions licensed to award professional registration
Although Professional Affiliates are not granted licences to award professional registration, they may register their members through an agreement with one of the licensed professional engineering institutions listed here
Institute of Cast Metals Engineers (ICME) - licence suspended on 20 April 2018