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Chartered Engineer (CEng)

Ben Hawkins BEng (Hons) MSc* IEng CEng MIET MInstRE

Published: 18/09/2019

On leaving the military, it can be difficult to capture those rich experiences and to share them in a way that the layman can understand. Gaining Chartered status offered me an excellent opportunity to reflect on my career to date, to collect evidence of my competence and have it recognised through an internationally renowned accreditation. …

Lynsey McNeilly MEng CEng MICE

Lynsey McNeilly MEng CEng MICE

Published: 18/09/2019

Having more Chartered Civil Engineers is very beneficial particularly in contracting, as many companies have not historically pushed for employees to work towards Chartered status. …

Charchita Misra CEng MIET

Charchita Misra CEng MIET

Published: 04/09/2019

Professional registration gives you credibility as your capabilities are peer assessed and not specific to one industry or company. …

Jin Xuan PhD CEng FIMechE FHEA

Jin Xuan PhD CEng FIMechE FHEA

Published: 21/08/2019

Being a Chartered Engineer (CEng) is a recognition of my practical competence as well as academic ability. The title of CEng is highly respected by industry partners when working on collaborative proposals and projects. …

Paula Pritchard CEng PGDip MEng MIET MINCOSE

Paula Pritchard CEng PGDip MEng MIET MINCOSE

Published: 17/07/2019

In sixth form, my Maths teacher noted that I was doing Maths, Further Maths, Physics and Electronics for my A levels. He suggested I should look at engineering as a career. I’d never heard the term before. The idea intrigued me, so I duly did my research and I discovered that people like Roz actually existed and, even better, I could make a career out of designing stuff. …

Rachel Fogg MA MEng (Cantab) CEng MCIHT MSoRSA

Rachel Fogg MA MEng (Cantab) CEng MCIHT MSoRSA

Published: 07/08/2019

Life is busy. It only gets busier. If you are considering professional registration, my advice would be to crack on! …

Eur Ing Dr Keith J Hawken DBA(Hons) CEng FIET FIAgrE

Eur Ing Dr Keith J Hawken DBA(Hons) CEng FIET FIAgrE

Published: 01/05/2019

With two fellowships, Chartered status and a Doctorate, I have benefitted by continuous employment as I am recognised for my knowledge, built over the years and coupled with practical experience. …

Jenny Roberts MEng CEng MIED

Jenny Roberts MEng CEng MIED

Published: 05/09/2018

Registration has given me instant credibility when introducing myself at conferences or to new clients, it’s an accolade that is widely recognised and highly regarded. …

Janvi Shah PhD CEng MCIHT

Janvi Shah PhD CEng MCIHT

Published: 03/04/2019

The Chartered Engineer registration has benefitted my career professionally as well as personally. Professionally, it has helped me take more responsibility and deliver fit for purpose solutions. Personally, I feel more confident in presenting my solutions to the client. …

EUR ING Christopher Northey BEng (Hons) CEng IntPE (UK) FCGI FCIBSE FSoPHE FCIPHE FIDHEE FIHEEM FIET FRSPH

EUR ING Christopher Northey BEng (Hons) CEng IntPE (UK) FCGI FCIBSE FSoPHE FCIPHE FIDHEE FIHEEM FIET FRSPH

Published: 03/04/2019

I’d advise considering progressive professional registration if that suits you – this benefited me by getting professional recognition at different stages of my career (first IEng registration in 1999, before going on to CEng registration in 2006). …

Michele Fiorini MBA PhD CEng SMIEEE FIET

Michele Fiorini MBA PhD CEng SMIEEE FIET

Published: 12/12/2018

When you move abroad from your own country your national title may not be recognised or is confusing, while professional registration is a proof of competence and illustrates to colleagues, peers and clients that you are committed to your profession. …