How to become a Technician Member (EngTech MICE), including advice for your Professional Review.
Get the recognition you deserve by becoming a professionally qualified engineering technician (EngTech MICE).
Our technician members work in a variety of roles in the civil engineering industry. We understand that not everyone is the same, so we’ve developed different ways to apply for membership if you:
Find out more about becoming a Technician and achieving your professional qualification.
Using the letters EngTech MICE after your name shows others you have a high level of skills and experience.
It's a globally-recognised qualification and a mark of expertise to your employers and their clients.
Explore our member benefits below:
Get advice and support to help you qualify as an Engineering Technician.
Scholarships, awards and prizes, available exclusively to our members.
Recorded events and webinars, plus lots of online resources from our library
Keep up-to-date with the latest industry news in New Civil Engineer magazine online and through the app.
I would say to any aspiring technicians: get the most out of your job, listen to your colleagues and learn from them. And, most of all, get your head down and work hard – it'll pay off.
Professional Technical Officer
Being a technician member of ICE has shown my company that I'm capable of dealing with higher profile projects, and can take the lead when managing a project.
Technician membership costs £122.75 per year.
If you're still studying or on an apprenticeship, you can get free student membership.
If you're working as a technician or currently combining work and studying then technician membership of ICE could be just the boost your career needs.Our membership tool can tell you whether or not you're eligible for membership and what you need to do to become a technician member. You'll get access to our members area (MyICE) and personalised membership content.