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Become an ICE reviewer: support civil engineers and enhance your CPD, professional skills and industry knowledge

Event organised by ICE

28 May 2024

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ICE reviewers are professionally qualified members who assess candidates undertaking their Professional Review or apprenticeship End Point Assessment (EPA). 

As a reviewer, you meet candidates from all sectors and helps you keep up with the latest industry developments. It enhances your knowledge and enables you to grow your professional network. 

This rewarding and vital role contributes towards your CPD and develops your critical thinking and interviewing skills.  

Join us to hear about what the role entails , plus an overview on the application and training process.

We will then conclude with an open Q&A session.

Find out more on how to apply to become an ICE reviewer.


12:00 - 12:15

Welcome and overview

12:15 - 12:30

The benefits of becoming a reviewer

12:30 - 12:45

Expectations and the application process

12:45 - 13:00



Closing remarks


Dr Alistair Hitchcock

Dr Alistair Hitchcock


head of engineering

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Dr Alistair Hitchcock

Alistair is a Chartered Civil Engineer and Fellow of the ICE with over 20 years experience in the design and delivery of major transportation infrastructure both in the UK and Australia. He holds an Engineering Doctorate in innovative underground construction from the University of Southampton, and has worked predominantly in design consultancy at Mott MacDonald and Capita Infrastructure. He has held key leadership roles during the planning, design and implementation stages on metro, rail and high speed rail projects including Crossrail, Melbourne Metro and London Underground station upgrades.

Since 2012 Alistair has led the development of the hybrid Bill design for three sections of HS2 covering Phase 1 and Phase 2b totalling 190km of route length. He was appointed head of engineering for Phase 2 at HS2 Ltd in 2021, with responsibility for all technical and engineering aspects of the Phase 2 route.

Alistair has been involved with the ICE for over 20 years on various panels and committees including ICE Council (2012-15). He has been a Professional Reviewer since 2015 and currently co-chairs the ICE Professional Review Panel.

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