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Chartered Engineer (CEng)

Delyth Williams MEng CEng MIChemE

Published: 13/11/2019

I’m lucky to work for a company that values and realises the impact of continual training and development, including professional membership and registration. …

Adam Holmes CEng MICE MCInstCES FCIArb

Adam Holmes CEng MICE MCInstCES FCIArb

Published: 31/10/2019

Plan backwards from when you hope to achieve professional registration and establish what needs to be done at each stage. …

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

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

Published: 03/10/2019

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

Ozak Esu BEng (Hons) PhD CEng MIET

Ozak Esu BEng (Hons) PhD CEng MIET

Published: 16/10/2019

The most enjoyable attributes of my job are that it is collaborative, multifaceted and at the forefront of transforming the future of the construction and built environment industry. …

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

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

Published: 18/09/2019

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. …

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

For professional standing and respect, I want to be able to say I’m a Chartered Engineer. 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. …

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. …