West Midlands

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ICE West Midlands represents 4,500 members who live and work in the region. It organises events, circulates publications and press releases, and engages with decision-making bodies, schools and universities. This helps it raise the profile of the profession, share knowledge, encourage new members to join, and influence civil engineering decisions in the region.

The West Midlands region - through its various committees - provides continuing professional development, networking and social opportunities by organising an annual calendar of events. This includes numerous awards and competitions.

The regional committee also coordinates educational activities through its Education Group which aims to get young people interested in civil engineering.

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Events, news and training from ICE West Midlands

Learn about the latest events, what's been going on in the region and discover opportunities to get expert advice and help with your membership through local professional qualification training opportunities. Simply click the tabs below to explore more.

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Visit our News section for all the latest from your region and beyond. You can also explore our blog, The Civil Engineer, for regular civil engineering updates.

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Our professional qualification training is here to help you, from advice surgeries to courses in passing your professional review.

  • Routes to membership

    Technical Report Route, Webinar

    • 07 December, 2016

    The Technical Report Route allows you to utilise your work experience and practical knowledge to achieve professional qualification. In this webinar Membership Development Officer Roger Chantrelle explains how the route works and what the requirements are.

  • Professional review preparation

    ICE Written Exercise group, Birmingham

    • 12 December, 2016

    You are invited to join us at our monthly Written Exercise Group. This is an opportunity to practice and discuss the written exercise aspect of the ICE review with other engineers from a variety of backgrounds also considering chartership with the ICE.

  • Routes to membership

    Routes to Technician Membership, Webinar

    • 15 December, 2016

    This webinar is an introduction to Technician Membership, providing guidance on the requirements and how to approach your application for this level of ICE membership.

  • Career appraisal

    Fast-track Career Appraisal workshops, Birmingham

    • 03 January, 2017

    This is a fast-track programme to complete your Career Appraisal submission, enabling you to take Professional Review in 2017.

  • Career appraisal

    Career Apprasial, Webinar

    • 26 January, 2017

    This webinar is an overview of the process and will provide you with the necessary guidance to start or develop your Career Appraisal application

  • Routes to membership

    Routes to fellowship, Webinar

    • 14 February, 2017

    This webinar, hosted by ICE Wales Regional Director Keith Jones, provides an introduction to ICE fellowship. It focuses on the key requirements to making an application for fellowship.

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Help inspire the next generation

There are many ways that you can get involved with ICE, including:

  • adding your expert knowledge to one of our panels or committees
  • writing for one our publications
  • visiting schools to help encourage the next generation of civil engineers

Getting involved with us is also a great way to help your professional development and further your experiences.

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