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Chartered Engineer (CEng)

Dr Junade Ali MSc PhD CEng FIET

Published: 21/06/2024

Being a CEng assures our clients that we work according to ethical and professional standards and demonstrates that we maintain a high level of quality in our work. …

Amy Dillon MEng CEng MICE APS

Amy Dillon MEng CEng MICE APS

Published: 28/05/2024

Being chartered means you can progress to more senior levels in your organisation and commands respect from your peers as it demonstrates a level of competence and commitment. …

F. Timothy Erich FdEng BEng MBA CEng MIET

F. Timothy Erich FdEng BEng MBA CEng MIET

Published: 24/04/2024

It demonstrated a high level of commitment, focus, drive, ambition, and determination as well as a winning mindset, which has not only benefitted my own career, opening new pathways to different areas I may not have gained exposure to before, but also helped inspire others. …

Saqib Khan MEng (Hons) CEng MIStructE

Saqib Khan MEng (Hons) CEng MIStructE

Published: 22/03/2024

Professional registration has enhanced my credibility and recognition within the industry. It has opened doors to greater career opportunities and higher positions and is one of the contributing factors to my progression from Senior to Principal Structural Engineer. …

Flt Lt Jess Mac Sweeney BEng (Hons) MSc CEng MIMechE

Flt Lt Jess Mac Sweeney BEng (Hons) MSc CEng MIMechE

Published: 20/02/2024

Having professional registration provides another indicator of experience or competence, other than rank, which can help when engaging with engineers at varying levels. When I work in command roles, being a visible member of the IMechE has encouraged personnel to ask for help with their own registration journeys or help with their career development. …

Danny Steel BEng (Hons) MSc CEng MIMechE

Danny Steel BEng (Hons) MSc CEng MIMechE

Published: 07/02/2023

I feel professional registration has helped enhance my status in the workplace and therefore improved my confidence in all aspects of the business - from engaging with more senior colleagues and clients, to demonstrating my professional attitude when working on non-technical projects with other business areas. …

Harout Taghilian BSc (Physics) CEng MIoA

Harout Taghilian BSc (Physics) CEng MIoA

Published: 24/01/2024

There are CEng’s in the management team who took the same  path a long time back, and now they understand more about my capabilities and, hopefully in the near future, I will be assigned more responsibilities where I can give back more successful results to my organisation and help my colleagues excel in their careers. …

Lahiru De Silva MSc in Engineering CEng CMarEng MIMarEST

Lahiru De Silva MSc in Engineering CEng CMarEng MIMarEST

Published: 14/12/2023

I believe that professional registration has broadened the way I look at technical and personal issues and built-up confidence in me to seek new roles within the industry. It shows my technical and managerial skills to my employer and the rest of the global engineering community. …

EUR ING. Lakmal Senanayake MPhil MSc MCGI GCGI CEng CITP CMgr IntPE IEng (SL) FIET FBCS MCMI MIIE (SL).

EUR ING. Lakmal Senanayake MPhil MSc MCGI GCGI CEng CITP CMgr IntPE IEng (SL) FIET FBCS MCMI MIIE (SL).

Published: 02/01/2024

Professional registration shapes and reshapes a person, and I always emphasise that the young engineers aspiring to registration should consider this fact with utmost responsibility. …

Rachel Long CEng MIMMM

Rachel Long CEng MIMMM

Published: 28/11/2023

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

EUR ING Ryan Murphy BSc (Hons) CEng MInstNDT MIScT FIES

EUR ING Ryan Murphy BSc (Hons) CEng MInstNDT MIScT FIES

Published: 21/11/2023

The main benefit is in mutual recognition. It is simply a matter of fact that a CEng’s opinion is respected among their fellow engineers - mutual recognition and respect go a long way to ease collaboration issues and reservations. …