If you are a competent practising engineer and are interested in developing your career and improving your job prospects why not consider becoming a registered engineer? The Institute of Water is licensed to register Chartered Engineers, Incorporated Engineers and Engineering Technicians. There are different pathways to registration available and full advice and support throughout the application process is offered.
Who can become an Engineering Technician?
Registration is open to anyone who can demonstrate competence to perform work to the necessary standards, commitment to maintain that competence, work within professional codes and participate actively within the profession.
To find out whether you can register as an Engineering Technician, click here for the Engineering Council’s Specification booklet (UK-SPEC).
Why become an Engineering Technician?
- Enhanced professional status
- Improved career prospects
- Higher earnings potential
- Employer assurance
How to become an Engineering Technician
Consider the standards required for registration as an Engineering Technician by reading the relevant section within the UK-SPEC booklet and decide whether these apply to you (you should discuss this with your line manager or another registered engineer). If you are ready to apply, download an application form and applicant’s short guide and follow the process outlined in the guide.
All candidates for registration as an Engineering Technician must be members of a professional body such as the Institute of Water. Click here to find out more about Institute of Water membership.
As part of your application you will be asked to produce a copy of your CPD record. Institute of Water members have exclusive access to our online CPD platform to support you in the recording and presenting of this, click here to find out more.
- Initial Registration Fees (covers registration until your next membership renewal date) for Engineering Technician (EngTech) £18.40
- Annual Renewal Fees for Engineering Technician (EngTech) £19.90
For guidance and advice on professional registration, contact Sarah Dunn, Professional Registration Coordinator, on 0191 422 0088 or firstname.lastname@example.org