VIDEO: Background to ICE Professional Qualifications by Dr. Donna Surgeoner MEng CEng MICE.
Introduction to ICE Professional Qualifications
ICE offers a range of options to help you become professionally qualified as an Engineering Technician, Incorporated or Chartered Engineer.
Our short introductory video will help you find the option that's best for you.
When you know which one to pursue, choose the options below for more detailed advice.
Or, if you need some guidance on your next step, get in touch with the team at our Membership Support Centre.
How to become a Student Member, plus support throughout your studies or apprenticeship
How to become a Graduate Member (GMICE) and take your next step to professional qualification
Are you an Apprentice in England, or a mentor of apprentices? Find out more about Apprenticeships and the End Point Assessment
Are you an Apprentice in Scotland? Watch these recordings to see how to gain a professional qualification when you complete your apprenticeship
ICE Training Scheme
If your employer offers an ICE Training Scheme, find out how this will help you get professionally qualified
If your employer does not offer an ICE Training Scheme, find out how to get professionally qualified with mentor support
For experienced engineers not currently a member of ICE. Find out how to get professionally qualified as IEng or CEng MICE
An option for experienced engineers with a suitable academic base to become professionally qualified as IEng or CEng MICE
Completed your Initial Professional Development and ready to apply for your Incorporated or Chartered Professional Review? Find out more
How to become a Technician Member (EngTech MICE), including advice for your Professional Review
Recognition of EEA and Switzerland professional qualifications
Professionally qualified civil engineer in the EEA and Switzerland? How to apply for the UK protected titles CEng MICE, IEng MICE or EngTech MICE
Recognition of Engineering Council registration
Already registered with the Engineering Council as a Chartered Engineer (CEng), Incorporated Engineer (IEng) or Engineering Technician (EngTech)? Find out how you can become an ICE member
If you've got questions about ICE membership, one of the best ways to get help and advice is by attending our live online webinars.