When you become a Chartered Engineer (CEng), it demonstrates to your employers and clients that you have had your competence independently assessed, your credentials verified, and have made a commitment to Continuous Professional Development (CPD).
Becoming a Chartered Engineer (CEng) offers many benefits
Demonstrates to employers that you have had your competence independently assessed and your credentials have been verified.
Proves a commitment to Continuous Professional Development (CPD).
Demonstrates competence against an internationally recognised standard.
Join a community of chartered engineers.
Earn up to 18% more than unregistered colleagues*
Likely to improve earning potential.
Improved career prospects.
Demonstration of a professional attitude valued by employers and customers.
Evidence of expertise.
*Taken from The Engineer’s 2018 Salary Survey
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