Registration as a professionally qualified engineer requires membership of a UK professional engineering institution (PEI) that is licensed to assess candidates for registration.
When deciding to enroll on one of these Engineering Council supported programmes, participants need to decide which of the PEIs they wish to join. Some participants may be student or graduate members already.
It is a condition of the programme that all participants join a PEI at the appropriate grade of membership.
The HEI provides the participant with documentation to send to their chosen PEI confirming that they are embarking on an individually designed programme supported by Engineering Council.
The institutions involved are listed here and more are likely to join.
*Initial partner PEIs, involved in the development phase.
**ICE would normally expect to see that candidates using this process are registered on a formal ICE approved training scheme so that they have access to an approved Supervising Civil Engineer and regular support from the local Membership Development Officer.
A full list of all the PEIs licensed by the Engineering Council can be found here.