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Fellowship application workshop

Event organised by ICE

11 July 2024
10:00 - 16:00 BST (GMT+1)
The Castle Hotel
Castle Green
Taunton, TA1 1NF
United Kingdom

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Fellowship is the highest grade of ICE membership, which provides recognition for those who have made outstanding contributions to civil engineering and society.

If you are ready to take the next step towards becoming an ICE Fellow but need the space and support to get your application ready, this workshop is for you!

The all-day session is aimed at existing South West members wishing to transfer to Fellowship as well non-members seeking direct entry.

During the workshop you will receive detailed guidance on how to apply as well as bespoke support on how to get your application ready.

Many previous attendees have gone on to submit a successful application, having benefitted from the personalised feedback available at the session. 

In the beautiful surroundings of the Castle Hotel, Taunton, with complimentary lunch and refreshments provided, you can take the time you need to get your application over the line.

The session is led by Teresa Frost, ICE South West Fellows’ Representative, who has many years of experience in supporting people from diverse backgrounds to become Fellows of the ICE.


Teresa Frost

Teresa Frost

CORMAC Solutions

asst quality manager

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Teresa Frost

Teresa started on her engineering career in the 70’s by opting for technical drawing at school.  That led to engineering drawing A-level and a job as a draughtswoman for South West Water. After a move to Cornwall, Teresa secured a position as a trainee technician with Cornwall Council.  Progressing academically to attain a higher national certificate in civil engineering studies at Oxford Polytechnic, she then completed her IEng Professional Review.

Teresa’s career with Cornwall Council and its arms length civil engineering contractor CORMAC spans more than 30 years and includes working in the feasibility and both structure and roads design offices. She has been an assistant resident engineer, a supervisor for the clients' highway maintenance function, a coordinator for street works. As an area manager, she was in charge of a workforce dealing with such events as the Boscastle flooding.  

Her passion for the ICE started with the Board of Incorporated Engineers and Technicians and then election to the ICE Council, where she has just completed three terms. She has also served on the ICE Trustee Board, the Nominations Committee (NOMCO) and Professional Conduct Panel. Teresa has been chairman of the ICE Benevolent Fund and is a passionate supporter of the charity.

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Yasemin Gurbuz

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