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Chartered Engineer (CEng)

Helen Cavill CEng MIMechE MIET

Published: 21/07/2021

If every child was exposed to what engineering is really like by the age of 11 or 12, ideally through practical activity and positive role models, I think it would spur many more children to embark on this exciting career path and improve gender imbalance in the profession. …

Tristan Self MSc BSc (Hons) CEng MIET

Tristan Self MSc BSc (Hons) CEng MIET

Published: 28/06/2021

I love the fact that each day is different and that I get the unique opportunity to investigate cutting-edge technologies and put them to work. …

Shahzeb Hassan MEng CEng PEng MIChemE

Shahzeb Hassan MEng CEng PEng MIChemE

Published: 28/05/2021

I am the first CEng in the organisation; I have developed a path for other engineers to follow and it will be very beneficial for the organisation to have more professionally recognised engineers. …

Paula Louise Pritchard PGDip MEng CEng MIET MINCOSE

Paula Louise Pritchard PGDip MEng CEng MIET MINCOSE

Published: 10/06/2021

For professional standing and respect, I want to be able to say I’m a Chartered Engineer (CEng). My employer, AWE, has a training scheme that lays down the path to Chartered status and they also cover the cost of my professional registration. …

Sarah Beswick MEng CEng MRAeS

Sarah Beswick MEng CEng MRAeS

Published: 28/04/2021

Becoming a CEng directly benefitted my career by making me eligible to hold a Letter of Airworthiness Authority, a privilege delegated from the Chief Engineer allowing me to sign off on solutions and giving me responsibility for my area. …

Jagadish Babu CEng C.WEM MCIWEM

Jagadish Babu CEng C.WEM MCIWEM

Published: 19/05/2021

I am the first Chartered Engineer from CIWEM in India. That makes me feel proud. …

Marie-Louise Hodgson BEng(Hons) MSc CEng FCIHT

Marie-Louise Hodgson BEng(Hons) MSc CEng FCIHT

Published: 12/05/2021

It took me a while to discover engineering, but when I did it fitted perfectly, and it’s great that engineering allows us to make a real contribution to the lives of people and the environment. …

Ir Peter Y Wong BSc LLB LLM CEng FIET Hon FCIBSE Hon FHKIE

Ir Peter Y Wong BSc LLB LLM CEng FIET Hon FCIBSE Hon FHKIE

Published: 06/05/2021

I believe that one of the greatest challenges in engineering is the need to cooperate with other disciplines and to be a team player. …

Ben Hawkins BEng (Hons) MSc (BHam) MSc (Cran) CEng IEng MIET MInstRE

Ben Hawkins BEng (Hons) MSc (BHam) MSc (Cran) CEng IEng MIET MInstRE

Published: 07/05/2021

As a leader it was essential that I set the example, so I applied for Engineering Technician (EngTech) and then Incorporated Engineer (IEng) on the way to gaining CEng. …

EUR ING Professor Spyros Hirdaris MSc PhD CEng FRINA MSNAME MIMechE MTCG

EUR ING Professor Spyros Hirdaris MSc PhD CEng FRINA MSNAME MIMechE MTCG

Published: 07/04/2021

I try to make sure that I work within my job holistically and do not forget that what we do has a strong social responsibility. I also like doing research that ‘matters’ and promotes real impact. …

Rosie Goldrick CEng MICE CIER

Rosie Goldrick CEng MICE CIER

Published: 17/03/2021

It was essential to be registered in order to progress, and the company offered a lot of support in preparing for this. I also wanted to make sure I had evidence of my own competence and that I could take full responsibility for my own work. …