Professional qualifications

Fellows and Professional Members of the Institute can qualify for registration as Chartered Engineers (CEng) with the Engineering Council, as Chartered Scientists (CSci) with the Science Council, and as Chartered Environmentalists (CEnv) with the Society for the Environment.

Associate Members can qualify as Incorporated Engineers (IEng) and Registered Scientists (RSci).

Technician Members can qualify as Engineering Technicians (EngTech) and Registered Science Technicians (RSciTech).

Eligibility for registration is assessed by the Institute of Materials, Minerals & Mining on behalf of the Engineering Council, Science Council and the Society for the Environment, and is available only to those who have produced evidence of relevant qualifications, training and experience. Summaries of the requirements for the levels of registration are given below.

Chartered Engineer (CEng)

Applicants must be able to demonstrate their professional engineering experience and managerial skills. They must have practical knowledge and understanding of the engineering principles relevant to the disciplines of the Institute. They must also demonstrate the use of such knowledge to contribute to the design, manufacture, maintenance, testing and safety of components, devices and structures or the control of process plant. The Engineering Council leaflet for CEng is available at the end of this page.

Incorporated Engineer (IEng)

Applicants must be able to demonstrate their professional engineering experience and managerial skills. They must have practical knowledge and understanding of the production, fabrication and service performance of one or more groups of materials or minerals. They must also demonstrate the use of such knowledge to contribute to the design, manufacture, maintenance, testing and safety of components, devices and structures or the control of process / mine plant. The Engineering Council leaflet for IEng is available for download at the end of this page and there is also a free e-book available from the Engineering Council's website (link opens in a new window).

Engineering Technician (EngTech)

Applicants for Engineering Technician must be able to demonstrate their technical experience and their practical skills in working with engineering materials. They must have practical knowledge and understanding of the production, fabrication and service performance of one or more groups of materials. They must also demonstrate the use of such knowledge to contribute to the manufacture, maintenance, testing and safety of components, devices and structures or the control process plant. The Engineering Council leaflet for EngTech is available for download at the end of this page.

Chartered Scientist (CSci)

Applicants must be able to demonstrate their professional scientific experience and managerial skills. They must have practical knowledge and understanding of the production, fabrication and service performance of one or more groups of materials or minerals. They must also demonstrate the use of such knowledge to contribute to the safe use of components, devices and/or structures or the control of process plant.

A case study on the benefits of CSci can be found in the documents at the bottom of this page -  Dr Chris Corti CEng CSci FIMMM.

More details at www.charteredscientist.org 

More information about Registration with the Engineering Council and the Science Council

Chartered Environmentalist (CEnv)

The Chartered Environmentalist qualification is now the recognised standard of excellence for environmental practitioners. Working in many sectors of business, regulation, academia and national agencies, Chartered Environmentalists will take a leading role in managing environmental assets and play an important part in the goal of a sustainable world. The Chartered Environmentalist status establishes professional environmentalists on a par with other professionals such as Chartered Engineers and Chartered Scientists.

More details about Chartered Environmentalist are available on the Society for Environment website

Applications

Application for the professional qualifications mentioned above should be made together with the application for the appropriate grade of Institute membership. The application details for each grade include a checklist of requirements for Engineering Council qualifications. Visit the Membership Grades section for more details.

Applicants are expected to apply their respective codes of professional conduct and exercise a responsible attitude to society with a regard to the ethical, economic and environmental impact of technical change and need.

For advice regarding professional qualifications and how to apply, use our Membership Enquiry Form.

EUR ING

For details of how to apply for the title EUR ING, visit the FEANI website at www.feani.org

Documents for download: 
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PDF icon CEng Leaflet.pdf116.94 KB
PDF icon IEng Leaflet.pdf137.38 KB
PDF icon EngTech Leaflet.pdf103.34 KB
PDF icon Dr Christopher Corti.pdf36.84 KB