Achieving EngTech enables you to gain the respect of your peers. Meet some of our members who have become EngTech registered.
Adnan took an unusual career route - after failing to graduate from university he focused on his practical strengths and was trained as a broadcast engineer in-house at the BBC. This has led to a hugely successful career working with the latest technologies, mingling with the stars and gaining Engineering Technician (EngTech) professional registration.
It was in 2010 that Andrew applied for Engineering Technician (EngTech) professional registration. It had been on his mind for a while however a cash incentive the company offered moved it up his priority list.
An auto electrical technician at Bentley Motors, Charlotte gained her Engineering Technician (EngTech) registration after completing an IET approved apprenticeship scheme. She is now working towards a BEng with honours degree then hopes to apply for Incorporated Engineer (IEng) status.
Now in high-level management, Colin began life as an apprentice and worked his way up the career ladder as a technician, then engineer. He believes achieving EngTech played a huge role in getting him to where he is today.
Having sourced his own industrial placement, proactive Mike was keen to make the most of his experience. His time at Delphi led to a new range of skills, a focused career plan and EngTech professional registration.
Paul began his engineering career as a proof inspection apprentice for Rolls-Royce. He was able to apply for Engineering Technician (EngTech) professional registration at the end of his apprenticeship and more recently has moved up in the company, taking on a new role as a process engineer.
An industry placement with Cummins Power Generation gave undergraduate Samuel a more focused career direction as well as the opportunity to become professionally registered as an Engineering Technician (EngTech).