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Tina Gunnarsson wins WES 2020 Karen Burt Award for best new female Chartered Engineer

Published: 10/12/2020

The Engineering Council would like to congratulate the 2020 winner of the prestigious Karen Burt Memorial Award for the best new female Chartered Engineer (CEng), Tina Gunnarsson, Digital Transformation Lead for Balfour Beatty Major Projects. …

E&T Innovation Awards held

E&T Innovation Awards held

Published: 27/11/2020

The E&T Innovation Awards, hosted by the Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET),  recognise and celebrate the very best new innovations across the breadth of science, engineering and technology. …

IOM3 renovate website and brand

IOM3 renovate website and brand

Published: 05/11/2020

The Institute of Materials, Minerals & Mining (IOM3), has launched a new website and visual identity, including a new logo. This is the culmination of a major digital transformation project by the institution, which over the course of 15 months has included a new website, portal, and customer relationship management (CRM) system. …

Charles Nicklin CEng MIAgrE becomes CEO of the Institution of Agricultural Engineers

Charles Nicklin CEng MIAgrE becomes CEO of the Institution of Agricultural Engineers

Published: 07/10/2020

Charlie Nicklin joins the Institution of Agricultural Engineers (IAgrE) after 24 years with JCB in design and manufacture. A Chartered Engineer (CEng), Charlie has held various senior leadership roles at JCB …

Refreshed course search for accredited and approved programmes

Refreshed course search for accredited and approved programmes

Published: 30/09/2020

During August the Engineering Council launched its refreshed online course search. This allows learners past, present and future to search for courses that have been recognised by the professional engineering institutions. …

Spending Review must support innovation to improve resilience and cut carbon emissions, say engineers

Spending Review must support innovation to improve resilience and cut carbon emissions, say engineers

Published: 30/09/2020

The government’s Spending Review should include support for innovation, especially to achieve the aims of net zero emissions, resilient infrastructure and nationwide digitalisation, according to recommendations published by the National Engineering Policy Centre (NEPC) today. …

Revised Engineering Council standards published

Revised Engineering Council standards published

Published: 01/09/2020

The Engineering Council has published new editions of its internationally-recognised standards of professional competence and commitment. …

Engineering Council welcomes draft Building Safety Bill

Engineering Council welcomes draft Building Safety Bill

Published: 11/08/2020

The Engineering Council welcomes the publication of the draft Building Safety Bill and recognises that this is a significant and positive step on the journey towards safer buildings. Professional Engineering Institutions (PEIs) whose members’ work has an impact on building safety continue to work with the Engineering Council to raise the competence of engineering professionals. …

CIHT Award shortlist announced

CIHT Award shortlist announced

Published: 30/07/2020

The Chartered Institute of Highways and Transportation (CIHT) has announced the shortlists for its 2020 Awards, with categories including Employer of the Year and Creating Better Places Award. …

BAME IT workers better qualified, but less likely to be in top jobs, says survey

BAME IT workers better qualified, but less likely to be in top jobs, says survey

Published: 13/07/2020

A new survey from The Chartered Institute for IT (BCS) finds that BAME (Black and Minority Ethnic) IT professionals are less likely to be in positions of responsibility than those of white ethnicity - despite on the whole being better qualified. …

'STEM: The Hidden Workforce' survey published

'STEM: The Hidden Workforce' survey published

Published: 09/07/2020

A new survey by STEM Returners has found that two thirds feel the traditional recruitment process works against them. …