chartered engineer


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chartered engineer

n
(Professions) (in Britain) an engineer who is registered with the Engineering Council as having the scientific and technical knowledge and practical experience to satisfy its professional requirements. Abbreviation: CEng
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You'll be undergoing professional development to work towards Chartered Engineer status and you'll receive extensive training, from design and construction to management regulations.
James said: "Membership of the ICE and becoming a chartered engineer are the result of more than a decade of hard work; through school, college, university and in employment.
The Engineering Council regulates the professions of chartered engineers, incorporated engineers and engineering technicians in UK.
As a Chartered Engineer, Ian is registered with the Engineering Council in the UK.
Prof Holford is a Chartered Engineer and a Fellow of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers.
Chartered engineer Bob Shanks received the Sir Monty Finniston Award for Achievement in Engineering and Technology after spearheading a charity aimed at reducing the decline in engineering across the region.
Irish-born McAdam, a chartered engineer who studied management at Harvard Business School, will join them full time.
Ben who is studying to be a chartered engineer, received his award at a presentation evening when he was joined by Head of the Engineering and Built Environment at Deeside College, Nick Tyson and his course tutor David Oakes who nominated him for the award, as well as college Principal and Fellow of the IET David J0nes.
Chartered engineer Bob Gibbon has been appointed managing director of the new National Skills Acadenry for Manufacturing, launched in January by trade and industry secretary Alistair Darling.
Chartered engineer, Colm Campbell, has spent the last 25-years working on his Spinal System-S for back pain.
Professor John Baillie, a consultant accountant and former partner of KPMG, Professor Paul Klemperor FBA, Edgeworth Professor of Economics at Oxford University; Jonathon Rickford CBE, a solicitor and independent consultant on regulation and European law and policy; and David Stark, a chartered engineer and former main board director at Tomkins.
Meherwan Boyce PhD, Professional Engineer (US), Chartered Engineer (UK) and Attorney Judah Lifschitz, J.

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