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Professional Registration Workshop


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If your aim is to achieve professional registration, we can help you prepare to achieve the best result. This includes making the most of the support available from both your peers and the IET.

Date and Time

12 April 2018 - 14:00-21:00


London, United Kingdom - icon_popup  (See map)


Contact getregistered@theiet.org for more information.

About this event

Professional registration demonstrates your commitment to professionalism and recognises your skills and experience.
There are four types of registration:
-  Chartered Engineer (CEng)
-  Incorporated Engineer (IEng)
-  Engineering Technician (EngTech)
-  ICT Technician (ICT Tech)
This workshop will give members the opportunity to have an individual appointment with an advisor to discuss professional registration.


Individual appointments between 14:00 and 21:00 (last appointment 20:30).

Registration information

If you would like to book an appointment please send an email to getregistered@theiet.org with “London – 12 April 2018” in the subject line.  You will need to provide:
-  your name,
-  your membership number (if applicable),
-  a contact telephone number,
-  details of the level of professional registration you are interested in
-  a preferred time for your appointment.
We will try our best to accommodate your preferred time. Please note places are available on a first come, first served basis.

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