Who can become an associate member?
Associate members may not be civil engineers, but do work closely with them, and have a keen interest in the built environment. They come from many different backgrounds and work in professions that support or are associated with civil engineering.
When you apply for associate membership, you can also apply to register as a chartered environmentalist (CEnv) with the Society for the Environment. The qualification process is the same as applying for AMICE on its own (see below), but you also have to show you have the knowledge and skills and experience to register as CEnv. This is measured against a set of attributes.
How do I become AMICE?
First of all, you'll need to have the right qualifications (educational base), so we'll ask you for proof, and/or supporting information about your professional experience.
You also need to complete your initial professional development (IPD). This is a formal process that confirms you have the work experience and competence (measured against the AMICE attributes) to take the next step - the Professional Review.
The AMICE Professional Review is split into three main parts:
- Application - This is the first stage. You send us some basic information, including the application form, evidence of your academic qualifications and IPD, sponsor information and a summary of your Professional Review report
- Review submission - For this stage, you’ll need to send us several documents, including your Professional Review report, CV and continuing professional development records
- Review day - This involves three activities: a presentation, an interview and a written exercise, which take place on the same day
How can I find out more?
We’ve prepared a guidance document to help you get ready and apply for your Professional Review. If you want to become a chartered environmentalist at the same time, please refer to our chartered environmentalist review guidance.
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