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Chartered Engineer (CEng)

EUR ING Sareer Ahmad Lone M.Tech CEng IntPE(UK) PE MIET MIE SMIEEE

Published: 12/01/2021

My employer benefits in a number of ways from my professional registration. Whenever they have to submit employees’ CV for bids, they always prefer to submit my CV to demonstrate they have professionally registered staff and have a better chance of winning the tender, which has benefitted them a lot. …

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! …

Marie-Louise Hodgson MSc CEng FCIHT

Marie-Louise Hodgson MSc CEng FCIHT

Published: 25/10/2019

My CEng credentials improve the credentials of the firm as a whole, adding greater weight to bids for major projects. …