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Chartered Engineer (CEng)

Dr Parina Patel BSc (Hons) PhD CEng MIFireE

Published: 10/05/2022

I felt that becoming a Chartered Engineer (CEng) would give me recognition from my peers, superiors, and other engineers inside and outside of my organisation. I don’t have a ‘traditional’ engineering background and so I hope I can inspire those who do not fit the ‘engineering mould’ to become professionally registered. …

Helen Randell MEng CEng MICE

Helen Randell MEng CEng MICE

Published: 10/05/2022

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. …

Oyeniyi Ibidapo-Obe MSc CEng FIHE

Oyeniyi Ibidapo-Obe MSc CEng FIHE

Published: 12/04/2022

I enjoy making a direct positive impact on local communities by developing proposals to address road safety concerns and ensuring their effectiveness by investigating levels of collisions after implementation. …

Leonids Polakovs BSc(Hons) MSc(Eng) CEng MIMechE

Leonids Polakovs BSc(Hons) MSc(Eng) CEng MIMechE

Published: 26/04/2022

Registration is not just a fancy title after your name, it also means that you have been independently assessed and are a member of a professional engineering institution, which provides you with a lot of opportunities for training, specialist conferences and other networking activities that help you to broaden your knowledge. …

Peter Egan MSc BEng(Hons) MCGI CEng CEnv FCIOB MIET FInstRE

Peter Egan MSc BEng(Hons) MCGI CEng CEnv FCIOB MIET FInstRE

Published: 22/04/2022

I love the creativity and opportunities to change the environment you work within for the better. There are few jobs in the world where you can make small changes that create a life-changing impact for so many. …

Zack Tee Keat Teong PMP CEng MIMarEST

Zack Tee Keat Teong PMP CEng MIMarEST

Published: 21/04/2022

Being a member of the Institute of Marine Engineering, Science and Technology (IMarEST) and carrying the title of CEng enables me to demonstrate to my friends, colleagues, clients and other stakeholders my competence and commitment towards my career in engineering. …

EUR ING Brian M Back BEng(Hons) CEng FIET MIoD

EUR ING Brian M Back BEng(Hons) CEng FIET MIoD

Published: 15/03/2022

My role in the workplace is multi-faceted, ranging from political lobbying to the hands-on specification, design and deployment of systems to tackle global issues such as pollution, plastics in the oceans and flooding, right through to rail safety. …

Lynsey Seal CEng MIFireE AMIMechE

Lynsey Seal CEng MIFireE AMIMechE

Published: 15/02/2022

I have now reached a point in my career where I feel fortunate enough to have a position where I can use and share some of my experiences to try to foster conversations and change. Inclusion relies on everyone and not just those in under-represented groups driving this forward. …

Adam Holmes CEng MICE MCInstCES FCIArb

Adam Holmes CEng MICE MCInstCES FCIArb

Published: 14/03/2022

Achieving professional registration as a Chartered Engineer (CEng) is an internationally recognised benchmark and one that I had hoped to achieve early in my engineering career. …

Emma Burns CEng MCIHT

Emma Burns CEng MCIHT

Published: 14/03/2022

Being a CEng has given me more confidence in my abilities and knowledge in engineering and I feel that I am a respected member of a professional organisation. …

Jenny Roberts MEng CEng MIED

Jenny Roberts MEng CEng MIED

Published: 03/03/2022

As a lecturer, CEng status gives credibility to the knowledge I’m imparting. It also adds to the breadth of experience within the department, ranging from highly academic and theoretical through to applied engineering practice. …