IET now awarding Chartered Manager status

16 July 2014
IET Communications team
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Nigel Fine and Ann Francke

IET Chief Executive Nigel Fine with Ann Francke, Chief Executive of the CMI.

New partnership with the Chartered Management Institute.

We have formed a partnership with the Chartered Management Institute (CMI) enabling us to award Chartered Manager status to our members. 

The partnership, launched in May, means that IET members accredited as Chartered Engineer (CEng) or Incorporated Engineer (IEng) can apply for Chartered Manager (CMgr) via the IET website.

Those achieving Chartered Manager status will be able to use the post nominal 'CMgr' after their name, to reinforce recognition and professional standing.

Our Chief Executive, Nigel Fine, said: “Through this new partnership we are delighted to be able to offer IET members a streamlined process to achieving Chartered Manager status. 

“The prestigious status of Chartered Manager will provide valuable recognition for engineers who have progressed into roles with management responsibilities. Successful applicants will benefit from increased industry recognition, enhanced professional standing, as well as improved career development.”

CMI research has found that Chartered Managers deliver over £360,000 in added value to their organisations, with many also reporting career and salary progression as well as benefits such as increased self-awareness and confidence.

Through the partnership with the CMI, IET members achieving CMgr will also benefit from opportunities to network with CMI members from a wider array of specialisms and disciplines, and will have access to the CMI’s knowledge resources and publications.

For more information, please visit our Chartered Manager page.