As well as a high standard of theoretical knowledge and understanding of their subject, Chartered Chemical Engineers must also have enough professional experience to prove their competence and commitment.
The minimum level of professional experience required for a Chartered Member involves depth and breadth of experience applying knowledge to practical situations, responsibility for technical judgment, and a commitment both to best practice and to the continual development of relevant knowledge and skills.
You may gain your professional experience in industry, an academic career, or through a combination of the practical aspects of postgraduate research and some industrial experience. It can include formal training and work-based learning and have been gained in any sector or location globally.
How do I meet this level?
As part of your application for Chartered Member MIChemE, please provide evidence that you have gained adequate professional experience by completing a Competence and Commitment (C&C) report.
Find out more about the competencies and levels of commitment required of a Chartered Chemical Engineer, and get advice, tips and examples on how to write your report by clicking through the links in the left hand menu.