Technical report focused on design

Process to get Chartered, submitting technical report focused on design

The level of knowledge and understanding for Chartered Member MIChemE includes an ability to integrate the broad aspects of chemical engineering along with non-technical skills in addressing an open-ended problem. In our experience, one of the best ways to demonstrate this is to show how you have approached a substantial engineering project, such as:

  • design of a process, product or system to meet a particular specification
  • research of a particular aspect of physical, chemical, biological or engineering science involving chemical engineering design techniques
There are different ways in which you can gain and/or demonstrate the design skills in support of an application for Chartered Member, including:
  • participation in a university design project
  • a Masters level programme (MSc) that includes an appropriate design project
  • experience of design project activities in the work place

If requested to provide a technical report focused on this aspect, this must come from your experience post graduation.

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Guidance on demonstrating design

General guidance on writing a technical report focused on design

Cover sheet to submit with your technical report

Review process for technical report focused on design

Members - log in to 'My IChemE' to access examples of successful past reports.

Not in membership? Apply for Affiliate or Associate Member and get full support whilst you work towards and prepare your application for Chartered Member MIChemE (more on which grade of membership to apply for).

Further information

General guidance

Demonstrating knowledge and understanding