Chartered Engineer (I.C.E)
Chartered Engineer (I.C.E)
Management and Leadership
D. Manage quality processes.
E. Plan, direct and control tasks, people and resources.
C. Manage teams and develop staff to meet changing technical and managerial needs.
F. Lead teams and develop staff to meet changing technical and managerial needs.
B. Manage the planning and organisation of tasks, people and resources.
G. Demonstrate continuous improvement through quality management.
A. Plan for effective project implementation.
Technical and Practical Application of Engineering
B. Contribute to the design and development of engineering solutions.
C. Implement or construct design solutions and contribute to their evaluation.
A. Identify, review and select techniques, procedures and methods to undertake engineering tasks.
D. Conduct appropriate research, relative to design or construction and appreciate its relevance within own area of responsibility.
E. Undertake the design and development of engineering solutions and evaluate their effectiveness.
F. Implement or construct design solutions and evaluate their effectiveness.
Interpersonal Skills and Communication
C. Effective personal and social skills.
D. Manage diversity issues.
B. Discuss ideas and plans competently and with confidence.
E. Communicate new concepts and ideas to technical and non-technical colleagues including effective use of English (2) orally and in writing
A. Communicate well with others at all levels including effective use of English (2) orally and in writing.
C. Engage with ICE activities.
D. Demonstration of appropriate professional standards, recognising obligations to society, the profession and the environment.
B. Plan, carry out and record CPD and encourage others.
E. Exercise responsibilities in an ethical manner.
A. Understanding and compliance with the ICE Code of Conduct.
Knowledge and Understanding of Engineering
C. Maintain and extend a sound theoretical approach in enabling the introduction and exploitation of new and advancing technology.
D. Engage in the creative and innovative development of engineering technology and continuous improvement systems.
B. Use a sound evidence-based approach to problem solving and be able to contribute to continuous improvement.
A. Maintain and extend a sound theoretical approach to the application of technology in engineering practice.
Independent Judgement and Responsibility
B. Exercise sound independent engineering judgement and take responsibility.
C. Identify the limits of a team's skill and knowledge.
A. Identify the limits of personal knowledge and skills.
D. Exercise sound holistic independent judgement and take responsibility.
Health, Safety and Welfare
B. Manage risks.
C. Manage health, safety and welfare within own area of responsibility.
A. A sound knowledge of legislation, hazards and safe systems of work.
D. Leading continuous improvement in health, safety and welfare.
B. Use sound knowledge of statutory and commercial frameworks within own area of responsibility and have an appreciation of other commercial arrangements.
C. Demonstrate sound judgement on statutory, contractual and commercial issues in relation to your area of responsibility
A. Prepare and control budgets.