Boost your career by becoming a Chartered Manager

You might have heard about Chartered Manager from us before, but did you know that there is a streamlined route for qualified ICE members to gain this prestigious status?

On average, Chartered Managers add £391,443 to the value of their company.
On average, Chartered Managers add £391,443 to the value of their company.

We've been partnering with the Chartered Management Institute (CMI) since 2014 to offer our members, who are IEng or CEng, and have five years or more management experience the opportunity to apply for CMgr – which is the highest management qualification.

It's a qualification that can really prove its worth – on average, Chartered Managers add £391,443 to the value of their company. ICE members also get a discounted CMI membership fee. So why not apply and finish the year with a key achievement that will help you boost your career and get your management skills recognised?

Could you become a qualified Chartered Manager?

If you're a qualified ICE member and have five or more years of management experience, then the answer is yes! Chartered Managers are found in all sectors and types of management role.

ICE member Robert Vasek MEng IEng MICE CMgr MCMI, became a Chartered Manager in 2015:

"I applied for Chartered Manager to help me demonstrate the non-technical (i.e. non-engineering) aspects of my skills set, in particular as a project manager and a line manager. Since I was awarded CMgr status it has really boosted my confidence and I'm looking forward to continuing my learning and development in the years to come."

Find out more – join our free webinar

Join us for a 45-minute webinar on Thursday 1 December at 12.30pm to find out how you could benefit from becoming a Chartered Manager. Presented by Severine Houlihan-Trouillet, ICE Professionalism Manager, you'll have the chance to ask questions and find out everything you need to know.

Sign up to join the webinar now. If you can't attend the webinar on 1 December, you can find out more on our website about Chartered Manager and the online application process, or feel free to contact us at for advice.