Becoming A Chartered Engineer

Becoming a Chartered Engineer

Becoming a chartered will require your to provide evidence of your work experience that will be accredited by your chosen institution.

Some institutions will allow up to 50% of your YINI work experience to be accredited towards gaining your Chartered Engineering status.

This can be done by joining as a Student member and getting your work signed off by your Company during your placement year.

A key part of the documentation you will require as evidence of the level and type of work you have undertaken will be your completed PDR, Professional Development Record.


The Engineering Council video explains what becoming professionally registered as an Engineering Technician (EngTech), Incorporated Engineer (IEng), Chartered Engineer (CEng) or ICT Technician (ICTTech) means, outlines the benefits to the individual, organisations and wider society and briefly explains how to apply for one of these prestigious titles

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