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ICE is launching a clearer and smoother pathway to achieving professional qualification as a result of Membership Streamlining.
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If you’re working towards a professional qualification, it’s vital that you meet deadlines and plan ahead.
On this page, you’ll find the important dates for all of our professional qualification processes, including deadlines for applications and submissions.
Fellowship, is our highest grade of membership. It's for civil engineers and technicians who've made a substantial contribution to the profession.
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Academic Assessment is for candidates who don't have the qualifications to automatically apply for a particular grade of ICE membership or Engineering Council registration.
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You can apply to join the UK Register of Ground Engineering Professionals (RoGEP if you're chartered with ICE; the Institute of Materials, Minerals and Mining (IoM3); or the Geological Society London (GSL).
Chartered Engineers (CEng) can apply for additional registration as a European Engineer. This entitles you to use the letters EUR ING before your name.
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Registration as an IntPE or IntET.
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There are no closing dates for applications for the following: recognition of EU professional qualifications, Engineering Council registration and mutual recognition. You can submit your application at any time and you'll receive the result of your assessment within four months after we've confirmed receipt of your complete application.
If you have any questions please get in touch on +44 (0)20 7665 2344 or email [email protected].
Most End Point Assessments (EPAs) will be conducted online using MS Teams, but with preferences for physical venues noted in case Coronavirus restrictions ease.
Please ensure that you have read the relevant EPA guidance document for before applying.
End Point Assessment dates for the Civil Engineering Technician Apprenticeship Level 3, Railway Engineering Design Technician Apprenticeship Level 3 and Construction Site Engineering Technician Apprenticeship Level 4:
End Point Assessment dates for the Civil Engineer Degree Apprenticeship and Civil Engineer Site Manager Degree Apprenticeship:
ICE will organise EPA sessions throughout the year, across multiple locations. Dates will be published on this page once confirmed.
If there are no suitable dates or locations, or if your learning provider or employer wishes to host an EPA session, please contact [email protected] for assistance.
Please remember that you (the Apprentice) must have passed all the Gateway requirements before submitting your application.
If you are applying for professional registration with the Engineering Council and membership of ICE, please remember to complete Section 3 of the form before submitting your application.
Please contact us at [email protected] if you have any questions about your EPA.
Experiential Learning Assessments are assessed once a month, but you can send us your application at any time.
The table below shows submission deadlines for monthly assessment and when you'll get your results by:
Member Assessments and Career Appraisals are assessed once a month, but you can send us your application at any time.
The table below shows submission deadlines for monthly Career Appraisal assessments, and when you’ll get your result by.
NB: Member Assessment results can take up to 12 weeks.
You should bear these dates in mind if you’re planning to meet a particular Professional Reviews application deadline.
Most Professional Reviews will be conducted online using MS Teams, but with preferences for physical venues noted in case Coronavirus restrictions ease.
Applicants without a professional review session in their home country should apply for an online review in one of the sessions published below.
The sessions are open for all professional review types: Chartered Professional Review (CPR), Members Professional Review (MPR), Technician Professional Review (TPR) and Technical Report Route Professional Reviews (TRR).
Please note that sessions marked (#) have limited capacity and priority will be given to candidates based in those countries. Please check with the professional reviews team before making an application if you are not a local candidate and wish to attend one of those sessions.
If you are applying for your Professional Review in 2022, please make sure that you make your application in line with the most up to date guidance document.
The sessions are open for all professional review types: Chartered Professional Review (CPR), Chartered Professional Review Progressive (CPRP), Incorporated Professional Review (IPR), Technician Professional Review (TPR) and Technical Report Route Professional Review (TRR).
Sessions marked with (#) have limited capacity and priority will be given to candidates based in those countries. Please check with the Professional Reviews team before making an application if you are not a local candidate and wish to attend one of those sessions.
Applicants without a Professional Review session in their home country should apply for an online review in one of the sessions published below.
Most Professional Reviews will be conducted online using MS Teams during 2022, and alternatives will only be considered when it is safe to do so. If you have requested a physical Professional Review, a member of the Professional Reviews team will be in touch with you.
* Due to the Christmas/New Year period questionnaires can be submitted to the sponsors portal up until 3 January 2022.
** The application and Professional Review dates for the remainder of 2022 will be published early June 2021.
If you have any questions about your Professional Review please get in touch on +44 (0)20 7665 2344, or email [email protected].
The table below shows the submission deadlines for Stage 1 TRR Applications, and when you will get your result by. You can make your application at anytime before the deadline.
Please bear the result dates in mind if you’re planning to apply before a particular Technical Report Route Stage 2 application deadline.
If you have any questions about your Stage 1 application, please get in touch on +44 (0)20 7665 2344 or email [email protected]
Please refer to the Professional Review dates tab for details of 2021 dates.
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