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Chartered Engineer (CEng)

Matt Longley BEng CEng MIChemE

Published: 17/11/2020

I wanted to gain recognition that I had applied the practical elements of my degree in a real-life environment. I felt that becoming a Chartered Engineer (CEng) would give me recognition with my peers, superiors and other engineers across both my industry and other industries. …

Laura Matthews MEng CEng MCIHT

Laura Matthews MEng CEng MCIHT

Published: 20/10/2020

Since becoming a Chartered Engineer (CEng) I have been put forward as project manager for a number of tenders. I have attended tender interviews and represented the Ramboll team, which has been a very valuable experience. …

Derek Hamilton BEng CEng MIMechE

Derek Hamilton BEng CEng MIMechE

Published: 28/10/2020

I believe that I have become a more mature employee, more aware of the impact of my decisions on the wider business and the part that I play in the company as a whole. …

Punit Jaipal Shah BEng BSc (Hons) MSc CEng CMgr CPEng NER MIET MIEAust MCMI

Punit Jaipal Shah BEng BSc (Hons) MSc CEng CMgr CPEng NER MIET MIEAust MCMI

Published: 18/09/2020

Professional registration has increased my value as a consulting engineer, both within my organisation and among the varied clients that I deal with. I experienced career growth in terms of salary and seniority through my CEng. …

Thaddeus Anim-Somuah CEng MIChemE

Thaddeus Anim-Somuah CEng MIChemE

Published: 17/08/2020

My employer has benefitted from the skill set I developed on the path to registration and from my status as a registered professional. Professional registration earns respect and trust when talking to international colleagues and external stakeholders. …

Dr Davannendran Chandran PhD CEng CEnv CSci IntPE (UK) MIMechE MIMMM FHEA

Dr Davannendran Chandran PhD CEng CEnv CSci IntPE (UK) MIMechE MIMMM FHEA

Published: 17/07/2020

Being professionally registered consistently reminds me to be conscious and responsible for my actions and decisions towards the organisation, society and environment as a whole. Registration also aided me to build trust with my superiors in my capability to complete the assigned tasks responsibly and successfully. …

Dr Larissa Suzuki, BSc MPhil PhD CEng FRSA MIET AFHEA

Dr Larissa Suzuki, BSc MPhil PhD CEng FRSA MIET AFHEA

Published: 22/06/2020

My employer benefits from employing an engineer who is devoted to excellence, who understands and adheres to the values, professional commitment and code of conduct required of those representing the engineering profession. …

Ludovic Grosjean MEng MSci CEng MIET CPEng NER

Ludovic Grosjean MEng MSci CEng MIET CPEng NER

Published: 08/06/2020

My career accelerated exponentially within three months of my professional registration. The high standards required to achieve professional registration brought additional credit to my projects and significantly raised my profile. People and recruiters started to approach me, and opportunities began flowing my way. …

Peter Egan BEng (Hons) GCGI IEng CEng CEnv FCIOB MIET FInstRE

Peter Egan BEng (Hons) GCGI IEng CEng CEnv FCIOB MIET FInstRE

Published: 12/05/2020

Professional registration and membership of engineering institutions helped me gain access to further learning via articles and online training. Being registered has also enabled me to meet new people, explore new technical avenues and mark my career progression. …

Helen Randell MEng CEng MICE

Helen Randell MEng CEng MICE

Published: 23/11/2020

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. …

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

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

Published: 20/11/2020

Having the letters CEng after my name demonstrates to colleagues, peers, clients and external organisations that I have undertaken an independent assessment of my competence and that I am committed to my profession. …