Chartered Engineer: the Measure of Excellence

Become Chartered and be recognised for your work

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You have already made an impact through the projects you’ve delivered. Now it’s time to make your mark. See the standard you’ve reached and be recognised by your peers.

Take your place at the top of the profession with Chartered status for global recognition, career progression and leadership development.

How many years of experience do you have?

Why wait? You may already have what it takes to be Chartered.

Professional Engineers, Engineering Technologists and Engineering Associates can become Chartered in a variety of Areas of Practice

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Become Chartered - The Six Step Process

 

Step 1 - Chartered Step 2 - Chartered Step 3 - Chartered Step 4 - Chartered Step 5 - Chartered Step 6 - Chartered

How do we measure excellence? Learn more about Chartered.

 

Chartered Information Sessions

 

    The information sessions provide an overview of the Chartered process and the application process followed by an audience Q&A session. 

    Please refer to your local event listings for further information on local session times. 

     

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