You can demonstrate that your chemical engineering knowledge and understanding is at the minimum required level for a Chartered Chemical Engineer by submitting a piece of written work
- in industry, we refer to this as a technical report
- in academia, this would be a paper or collection of papers
Use the self diagnosis to check whether you need to submit a technical report and whether you have to focus the report on a particular aspect:
- technical report - standard
- technical report - focused on design
demonstrating ability to apply knowledge to a design, research or other complex project, eg if you studied a degree covered by the FEANI international agreement or were otherwise advised during the self diagnosis check
- technical report - focused on further learning
demonstrating achievement of further learning in industry, eg if you studied a degree that was accredited by IChemE as partially meeting the level required for Chartered status - to Bachelors level
nb You may not be required to submit a technical report or academic papers if you were advised as such at the end of the self diagnosis. For instance, if you studied a degree with current IChemE accreditation to the full level required for a Chartered Member.
Download and read:
General guidance on writing a technical report
Cover sheet to submit with your technical report
Review process for submitting a technical report
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).
Demonstrating knowledge and understanding