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Chartered Engineer (CEng)

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. …

Michael Clifford BEng (Hons) MSc CEng FIFireE CPEng MIPENZ FCABE

Michael Clifford BEng (Hons) MSc CEng FIFireE CPEng MIPENZ FCABE

Published: 18/12/2017

Having the letters CEng after my name demonstrates to colleagues, peers, clients and external organisations that I have undertaken an independent assessment of my competence and that I am committed to my profession. …

Phil Close CEng MIFireE

Phil Close CEng MIFireE

Published: 18/12/2017

CEng offered me both the opportunity to progress within Arup whilst also achieving professional recognition in the wider industry. …

Tariq Umar MSc, CEng IntPE (UK) MICE

Tariq Umar MSc, CEng IntPE (UK) MICE

Published: 20/12/2017

CEng registration is a great achievement in my career. It recognises my academic qualifications and my experience and has allowed me to add another professional qualification to my CV, making me more desirable to employers. …

Rachel Long CEng MIMMM

Rachel Long CEng MIMMM

Published: 17/07/2019

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

Helen Randell MEng CEng MICE

Helen Randell MEng CEng MICE

Published: 12/12/2018

“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.” …

Lynsey Seal CEng MIFireE AMIMechE

Lynsey Seal CEng MIFireE AMIMechE

Published: 15/11/2018

"Talk to others who have already undergone the process and consider all registration options available. Be honest about your experience and get used to talking and writing about what you as an individual have done – registration is not a time for modesty." …