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Become an ICE reviewer: enhance your CPD and support the next generation

Event organised by ICE

28 March 2023

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

ICE mentors an increasing number of candidates towards all its professionally qualified grades: Engineering Technician, Incorporated Engineer, and Chartered Engineer.   

Be a part of their journey and discover what this vital role entails, plus learn about the application and training process. Not only is it an opportunity to give back, but you will also hear how being a reviewer can contribute towards your CPD, enhance your critical thinking skills and build a wider professional network. 

Susan Hawkes will speak about her experience as an ICE reviewer and the rewards it has brought. 

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

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


Susan Hawkes EngTech MICE

Susan Hawkes EngTech MICE


senior cad technician and marketing manager

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Susan Hawkes EngTech MICE

Susan successfully completed her Professional Review at Technician level in 2018 and went on to become a reviewer in 2019. She joined the local ICE committee and became the technician representative for the branch and then became technician representative for the region.

The following year she became vice chair followed by two years as Chair of the Kent and East Sussex branch. She is now the South East Region Council Rep as well as South East Region Technician rep and more recently became an EngTech Fellow with the ICE.

In her day job Susan is a senior cad technician and marketing manager for Berryrange Ltd, a Sheet Piling Specialist based in the South East. 

For more information please contact:

Sheila Billet