Reaching the top with City & Guilds Higher Level Engineering Qualifications

A case study from our Touching the future campaign featuring three of the UK's leading Engineering Institutions

17 March 2015 / Jump to comment (1)

With the City & Guilds engineering qualifications, candidates can progress to the top of their profession through registration with the UK’s leading professional institutions, featured here this week.

We worked with the Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET), the Institution of Mechanical Engineers (IMechE) and The Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE) to align the Graduate Diploma
(level 6) and Postgraduate Diploma (level 7) with the registration requirements for Incorporated Engineer and Chartered Engineer status.

Holders of the Graduate Diploma in Engineering (level 6) are eligible to apply for Incorporated Engineer status, while those who have achieved a Post Graduate Diploma in Engineering (level 7) can apply for Chartered Engineer status, through the individual assessment route of the institutions.

About the progression routes

Details on the progression routes with the individual institutions can be found on the following pages:

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Miguel Julio

23 March 2015

When are levels 6 and 7 in engineering coming to Africa??

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