We promote all grades of membership and support applicants through the process.
We promote an increase in member participation, both in their attendance at meetings and as volunteers active within ICE.
We organise regular events for our members including evening meetings and annual conference.
We promote and share ICE live events, recorded lectures or papers and reports, both online and in print for our members to access.
We communicate regularly with our members about events, the civil engineering profession, the Institution and other items of interest.
We aim to establish and maintain links with relevant groups and other institutions to strengthen the position of the ICE in the region and influence local decision making.
We will maintain links with local press and media with the aim of increasing media coverage for ICE locally
We promote the civil engineering profession to schools, colleges, universities and the wider community.
Online seminars to help you with your ICE membership. Click on the links below for more information and to book online.
Routes to Fellowship Webinar, 28 April.
Career Appraisal Webinar, 16 June
SCE Forums 2015
22 April - Peterborough *Sorry the Peterborough SCE Forum has been cancelled*
12 May - Hatfield
16 June - Bury St Edmunds
1 July - Chelmsford
ICE’s ‘streamlined’ membership processes were launched in January 2015. These events will provide Supervising Civil Engineers, Delegated Engineers and company training staff with up-to-date information on the implementation of the new processes and explain how this relates to attendees’ roles in supervising trainees in their companies.
Please click on dates above to book your place.
13 May 2015, Cambridge, 6pm for 6.30.
This FREE workshop is aimed at all professionally qualified members. It will cover ICE Fellowship and ICE's mentoring programme and tell you how to become a Chartered Manager, Chartered Environmentalist or Chartered Project Manager.
Visit the webpage for more details and to book online.
National Women in Engineering Day - 23 June
Organised by the WES (Women's Engineering Society) this is a day dedicated to raising the profile and celebrating the achievements of women in engineering and to showcasing the great engineering careers that are available for girls.
We are calling on our members to organise their own events in support of the day, and link them together for maximum impact. For example:
- Organise visits for local school children and parents, and encourage girls to attend.
- Launch a Women's Network or arrange a social event for your women engineers.Review your Diversity and Inclusion policies.
- Register your women engineers to speak at schools or register as STEM Ambassadors.
- Publicise your support of women in engineering through the use of female role models.
- Join the Women’s Engineering Society (WES).
Visit the National Women in Engineering Day website.
Visit the Womens Engineering Society Website.