A new way for our members to access the huge wealth of knowledge content ICE has. Organised into bite-sized modules.
Our learning is structured around these key areas:
Courses, workshops and membership surgeries to help you achieve professional qualification.
24/7 access to recorded webinars covering key areas of professional qualification.
Courses, help and advice to advance your career no matter what stage you are at.
Specialist training courses let you learn new skills and add to your personal development.
Earn new qualifications to boost your career and demonstrate your abilities.
Civil engineers never stop learning. A key benefit of ICE membership is unlimited access to a vast array of expert knowledge, writing and thinking.
We invite you to explore the ICE’s new virtual learning environment
The new knowledge and learning resource, ICE Learning Hub, is tailored to your individual needs and careers.
Easy access for ICE members; Mobile, tablet and desktop use; Activity tracking; Content that informs and inspires
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Access your learning programmes 24/7.
Chart your progress
The progress bar tells you how far through your learning programme you are.
Some programmes earn you badges! Search the library and earn as you learn!
Missed an event?
Many of our lectures and conferences are recorded so you can access them whenever you want. If you're an ICE member, you'll get exclusive early access to most recordings.
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The Manchester Ship Canal: Past and Present. A look at the engineering behind the Manchester Ship Canal and its continued importance today.
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Search the world-renowned ICE library online, order books and access a range of digital resources and archives.
Discover our specialist civil engineering journals and find member discounts
If you're a member with a civil engineering question, Ask Brunel will have the answer
Find details of expert witnesses and how to access help in resolving disputes
NEC4 arrives this year to replace NEC3. Find out more.