Apprentices - Find out about how you'll benefit from completing an IET Approved Apprenticeship scheme.
Completing an IET Approved Apprenticeship scheme allows you to gain international recognition as a competent professional Engineering or Information and Communications Technology Technician or, if at a higher level, will prepare you to work towards Incorporated or Chartered Engineer. It identifies the apprenticeship as outstanding and is a route to professional recognition. IET approval is only awarded to high quality apprenticeship schemes.
You can find out if your apprenticeship scheme is approved by review our scheme providers list.
As part of your membership you will receive:
Is your IET Approved Apprenticeship aligned to IEng or CEng?
Contact email@example.com to talk about the next stages of your professional development.
Is your IET Approved Apprenticeship aligned to EngTech or ICTTech?
Through us, you can apply for EngTech or ICTTech with the Engineering Council.
You must be a Technician Member (TMIET) before you can apply to become a registered Technician. If you joined the IET during your apprenticeship you can easily transfer your membership online. It's a free service and, if you have completed an IET Approved Apprenticeship scheme, you won't need to provide a supporter for your application.
If you're not currently a member you can join online.
You can apply to become a registered Technician in one of two ways:
If you're an employer looking for more information about becoming an approved apprenticeship provider, please visit our Apprenticeship Scheme Approvals page.
Where can I find out more about apprenticeships?
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This IET website provides information on the benefits of work experience, which includes giving you skills and experiences that will allow you to stand out to potential employers as well as helping you choose the right sector to work in.
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Andrew Heaton EngTech TMIET - Sellafield Ltd
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