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Engineering Technicians (EngTech)

Ryan Lord EngTech MPWI

Published: 26/07/2022

I have done a lot of work around Early Careers. I am the chair of the Early Careers Committee on the TransPennine Route Upgrade, where the team have really been working to create something that can help young engineers progress in the project. …

Kimberly Bartlett EngTech AMILP MIET MCIHT

Kimberly Bartlett EngTech AMILP MIET MCIHT

Published: 05/08/2022

Being registered gives you greater opportunities in the professional world and affords you the respect and reputation that a professionally qualified person deserves. …

Catherine Cobb BEng(Hons) EngTech MICE MIHE

Catherine Cobb BEng(Hons) EngTech MICE MIHE

Published: 06/05/2022

The thing I find most enjoyable is the knowledge that I have made the roads safe with the signals I have designed. Also the innovation that is required and the ever-changing technology that is present in the signals industry. My constant learning and my approach to signal design, I really get a kick out of that! …

Charlotte Anne Huntley EngTech TMIET

Charlotte Anne Huntley EngTech TMIET

Published: 28/04/2022

Gaining experience working and studying at the same time will help me to progress to IEng status, and my current plan is to transfer from EngTech to IEng within a year of obtaining my degree. …

Charlotte Jones BEng (Hons) EngTech MICE

Charlotte Jones BEng (Hons) EngTech MICE

Published: 18/02/2022

I mentor members of my team through their apprenticeships and professional qualifications. I am also a Road Safety Auditor, which allows me to get out on site and assess the safety of new highway improvements for both motorised and non-motorised users. …

Richard Waite EngTech MCIPHE RP

Richard Waite EngTech MCIPHE RP

Published: 04/02/2022

Registration benefits my career because being part of a professional organisation gives customers more confidence to use our services, which in turn, boosts our workload and helps me to be able to train more apprentices. …

Kelly De-Maria EngTech MCIHT

Kelly De-Maria EngTech MCIHT

Published: 08/11/2021

I was very keen to become professionally registered so that my employer and the engineering profession as a whole could see I was dedicated to my career as an engineer. …

Tony Evans BSc (Hons) EngTech MIFireE

Tony Evans BSc (Hons) EngTech MIFireE

Published: 07/10/2021

Registration has given me recognition within and outside the fire safety industry. Being professionally registered and an Institution of Fire Engineers (IFE) member has also expanded the network of contacts I have. …

Colin Campbell EngTech AMILP MSLL

Colin Campbell EngTech AMILP MSLL

Published: 14/09/2021

Being able to demonstrate a level of competence when engaging with stakeholders on a project has helped my confidence levels dramatically ... and I feel that as an Engineering Council registrant I am accepted by my peers. …

Simon Dobson LCGI EngTech MIET MInstLM

Simon Dobson LCGI EngTech MIET MInstLM

Published: 26/08/2021

Employees who are professionally registered stand out because their employer knows that they have undergone a thorough independent assessment of their skills, competence and commitment and been found to meet an internationally recognised standard. …

Euan MacLean EngTech MIMechE

Euan MacLean EngTech MIMechE

Published: 21/07/2021

Being professionally registered opens up new avenues of training and professional development, and also gives you access to a wide community of like-minded engineers who can share resources and expertise on a particular subject. …