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United Kingdom

Chartered chemical engineer (United Kingdom)

  • Legal information

    Regulation  
    Type of regulation: Protected title (without reserves of activities)
  • Reserved activities

     
    Reserved activities : There are no specific reserved activities. (EN)
    Translation(s) : There are no specific reserved activities. (EN)
  • Qualification entry #1

    Method to obtain qualifications:
    Demonstration of competence as defined in IChemE Chartered Chemical Engineer (MIChemE) attributes, assessed through professional review of chemical engineering knowledge and understanding and professional development (training and experience) to the required level.
    Most common path to obtain qualification:
    Demonstration of competence as defined in IChemE Chartered Chemical Engineer (MIChemE) attributes, assessed through professional review of chemical engineering knowledge and understanding and professional development (training and experience) to the required level.
    Duration of education/training programme: 8.0 Year
    Existence of mandatory traineeship: No
    Existence of State exam to access the profession: No
  • Restrictions

    Mandatory registration in professional bodies: No
    Limitations to the number of licenses granted: No
    Existence of territorial restrictions: No
    Restriction on the corporate form/type of entity to be used to exercise related activities: No
    Restrictions related to shareholding or voting rights: No
  • Joint practices and insurance

    Prohibitions on joint practices: Unanswered
    Requirement for professional indemnity insurance: Unanswered
    Insurance requirement applying for cross-border: Unanswered
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