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Time to future proof your career in energy?
Getting professionally qualified formally recognises your knowledge, skills and expertise in energy. In a world where there is still a lot of uncertainty around job security, putting a seal on your professional expertise could be crucial.
According to our members, as well as future proofing your career, having a professional title can help to elevate your profile in the sector and increase your credibility amongst peers and clients. In a challenging economic landscape, it can also help you to stand out, with more opportunities to advance your career, demonstrate thought-leadership and shape industry.
The EI offers a range of professional membership grades and professional registrations to suit your area of work and expertise.
EI Professional grades: Fellow (FEI), Member (MEI), Technician Member (TMEI)
Professional registrations: Chartered Environmentalist (CEnv), Chartered Engineer (CEng), Incorporated Engineer (IEng), Engineering Technician (EngTech)
Exclusive chartered titles: Chartered Energy Manager, Chartered Energy Engineer, Chartered Petroleum Engineer
The next deadline is 30 April, by which date applications should be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org
Full details and application packs are at www.energyinst.org/membership-and-careers/membership