What is it all about?

Chartered Chemical Engineer MIChemE is the professional qualification that sets the gold standard in chemical, biochemical, process and related areas of engineering across industry and academia.

The title is recognised globally and understood across all sectors of the profession. It is valuable to individuals, employers, regulators, government and society as it provides:

  • a benchmark of professional competence and commitment
  • external validation and independently conducted, peer review

 

What are the benefits of getting Chartered? 

How is this connected to IChemE?

IChemE is the only body able to award the professional qualification Chartered Chemical Engineer, which is assessed by IChemE Members and Fellows; chemical engineers around the world and from all fields of industry and academia.

Chartered Chemical Engineer is the title of an IChemE Chartered Member MIChemE or Fellow FIChemE and requires a commitment to the profession, which includes maintaining membership of IChemE.

In addition to the Chartered Chemical Engineer title, IChemE is able to assess or administer applications for additional career or location specific registrations eg CEng and RPEQ.

What sort of people get Chartered? 

Your next steps

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 Process to get Chartered

 

Minor revisions to the Competence and Commitment (C&C) report templates for applications to become Chartered, Incorporated or EngTech members of IChemE have now been made (in line with UK-SPEC 3rd Edition) 

Applications received from 1 September 2015 onwards must be completed on the new Competence and Commitment report templates.