Free Chartered Manager information webinar

Managing people and projects is an important part of most civil engineering roles. Find out how becoming an accredited Chartered Manager via the special ICE qualified members’ pathway could help your career at our free webinar this month

Boost your career by gaining Chartered Manager (CMgr).
Boost your career by gaining Chartered Manager (CMgr).

Join us on Thursday 16 March at 12.30 (GMT) for a free 45-minute webinar to find out how you could benefit from becoming a chartered manager. Presented by Kevin Saunders, Head of CMI Professional Bodies Partnerships and Patrick Binding, 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

More about Chartered Manager (CMgr)

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 Chartered Manager – which is the highest management qualification.

Chartered managers are found in all sectors and types of management role and many have testified that it has boosted their career and personal development.

Five great reasons to become a chartered manager

  • 96% use CMgr as proof of experience of leading people and managing change
  • 83% say they are better managers after achieving chartered status
  • 86% say that they have made operational improvements
  • 80% say they have developed new products or services
  • CMgrs are worth an extra £391,443 in value to their employer

These are the key findings of research by the Chartered Management Institute (CMI). CMI surveyed 535 managers working in large and small businesses, and public sector and not-for-profit organisations to understand the impact this accreditation has made on their careers and employers.

Sign up for the free webinar on 16 March now.

If you can't attend this webinar, 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.