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Professional Registration: the route to professional success

What is a Chartered Engineer (CEng) and who should apply?

A Chartered Engineer solves practical problems in complex, high-risk environments.

They develop new solutions and technologies to drive innovation and change in the industry. They look at how new techniques and management methods will make projects more efficient.

They lead on the technical and commercial aspects of projects, like systematically reviewing the factors that affect project implementation, taking safety and sustainability into account. They are known for their professional judgement, reliability, and commitment to develop the skills of those around them.

What is an Incorporated Engineer (IEng) and who should apply?

An Incorporated Engineer uses their analytical skills and well-proven techniques to solve engineering challenges.

They have proven experience in engineering design, development, manufacture, construction or operational projects, and they are involved with the technical and commercial aspects too.

What is an Engineering Technician (EngTech) and who should apply?

An Engineering Technician is a skilled and creative practitioner, taking responsibility for operational engineering and other staff.

They apply their knowledge, proven techniques and procedures to solve practical problems. And use creative methods to solve technological challenges, all while demonstrating safe working.

They often contribute to design, development, manufacturing, commissioning, decommissioning or operational projects, and they might maintain products, equipment, processes or services too.

What is an ICT Technician (ICTTech) and who should apply?

An ICT Technician helps choose and use the right ICT resources, techniques, configurations, procedures and methods for the project.

They install, operate and maintain systems, and protect them from damage and data loss, and they work within teams to make sure everything functions as it needs to.

Ready to become professionally registered?

There are three stages to becoming professionally registered:

  • An online application.
  • A peer review.
  • An online Breadth of Knowledge (BoK) test, conducted by a third party partner.

Application costs 9,100 Rupees (£192 GBP), and must to be paid by credit card.

Find out more about the application process

Or if you have any questions about applying, you can email us.