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Chartered Engineer (CEng)

Angus Elliott MEng CEng MIFireE

Published: 22/11/2021

Whether it’s carrying out a fire risk assessment on an historic building, developing a fire strategy for a large train station, or even just a small piece of work for a local school project, I get huge satisfaction from being part of a team that delivers tangible benefits to communities and society. …

Ben Hawkins BEng (Hons) MSc (BHam) MSc (Cran) CEng IEng MIET MInstRE

Ben Hawkins BEng (Hons) MSc (BHam) MSc (Cran) CEng IEng MIET MInstRE

Published: 07/05/2021

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. …

EUR ING Professor Spyros Hirdaris MSc PhD CEng FRINA MSNAME MIMechE MTCG

EUR ING Professor Spyros Hirdaris MSc PhD CEng FRINA MSNAME MIMechE MTCG

Published: 07/04/2021

I try to make sure that I work within my job holistically and do not forget that what we do has a strong social responsibility. I also like doing research that ‘matters’ and promotes real impact. …

Rosie Goldrick CEng MICE CIER

Rosie Goldrick CEng MICE CIER

Published: 17/03/2021

It was essential to be registered in order to progress, and the company offered a lot of support in preparing for this. I also wanted to make sure I had evidence of my own competence and that I could take full responsibility for my own work. …

Rachel Long CEng MIMMM

Rachel Long CEng MIMMM

Published: 15/03/2021

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

EUR ING Dr Shengke Zhi PhD MBA CEng FIET FNucl

EUR ING Dr Shengke Zhi PhD MBA CEng FIET FNucl

Published: 24/02/2021

As an engineer, it is very fulfilling to be playing a part in responding to the changes and trends shaping tomorrow’s world: the global energy transition, accelerating digital technology, growing urbanisation and demand for sustainable infrastructure. …

Keith Brian McGrath PhD CEng MInstMC

Keith Brian McGrath PhD CEng MInstMC

Published: 03/02/2021

Registration has allowed me to apply for positions that I would not have been able to without it. Professional registration demonstrates the level of competence that I have reached in my engineering discipline. …

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

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. …

Shakir Tahir PGD TM (Open) BSc (Hons) BSc (Open) CEng MIET MRAeS

Shakir Tahir PGD TM (Open) BSc (Hons) BSc (Open) CEng MIET MRAeS

Published: 26/01/2021

The responsibilities that come with the title have made me a better engineer. It has changed my approach to decision making, knowing that I must abide by a professional code of conduct, sanctioned by the profession. …

Zack Tee Keat Teong PMP CEng MIMarEST

Zack Tee Keat Teong PMP CEng MIMarEST

Published: 14/12/2020

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. …

Matt Longley BEng CEng MIChemE

Matt Longley BEng CEng MIChemE

Published: 17/11/2020

I wanted to gain recognition that I had applied the practical elements of my degree in a real-life environment. I felt that becoming a Chartered Engineer (CEng) would give me recognition with my peers, superiors and other engineers across both my industry and other industries. …