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Fellowship application workshop

Event organised by ICE

09 May 2024
12:00 - 14:00 BST (GMT+1)

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If you are ready to apply to become an ICE Fellow in Scotland, or have started the process, this event will provide guidance to help ensure your application is successful first time around. 

Delegates will have the opportunity to discuss the process with other prospective Fellows and ask questions as part of a small group. There will also be the opportunity to arrange a one-to-one conversation with ICE Scotland director, Ben Westland to discuss your application in detail.

Please do invite colleagues/friends who should be considering ICE Fellowship to join us.

Please note: Numbers are limited for this event so early booking is advisable. This event is aimed at ICE Scotland members - if you are outwith the area but would like more information, please contact your regional office 

You may wish to watch this recording on Routes to Fellowship ahead of the event. 


12:00 - 13:15

An introduction to Fellowship and the application process

13:15 - 14:00

Q&A and discussion




Ben Westland

Ben Westland

Institution of Civil Engineers

regional director

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Ben Westland

As Director of ICE Scotland, Ben leads the Regional Support Team and is responsible for developing and delivering ICE Scotland’s business plan. He manages staff and works with members to raise the profile of the profession, inform the infrastructure debate, and deliver effective knowledge transfer and professional development programmes.
Ben’s background is mainly in economic development supporting the built environment, including several years with Scottish Enterprise as construction sector manager, in a senior role establishing the Construction Scotland Innovation Centre and three years in consultancy.
Outside of ICE, Ben is also a trustee of Castlehill Housing Association and Green Action Trust, a not-for-profit organisation focused on environmental regeneration.

For more information please contact:

Lyndsey Pollock

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