Congratulations to João Silva, Panos Ilias and Sam Reynolds
From left: João Silva, Structual Engineer; Panos Ilias, Civil/Structural Engineer; and Sam Reynolds, Geotechnical Engineer
We are pleased to be able to announce that João Silva achieved Chartered Engineer status last month, following his Professional Review with the Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE), which comprised of a report, presentation, interview and written exam. The ICE Training Scheme and Professional Review require a lot of effort and determination and João has demonstrated great enthusiasm and focus to achieve this. Due to the COVID-19 restrictions, João’s initial Professional Review was postponed and he then undertook the review virtually, as the ICE transitioned face to face reviews online.
João has shown determination and a positive attitude in attaining the Attributes and we congratulate him on this milestone to achieving Chartered Engineer status.
We are also pleased to confirm that Panos Ilias and Sam Reynolds have completed their Initial Professional Development (IPD) under the Institution of Civil Engineers Training Scheme; demonstrating that they have achieved the required level in all 9 Attributes to be able to undertake the Chartered Professional Review. We also congratulate Panos and Sam on their achievement and will work with them to consolidate their experience and prepare for the Professional Review.
Sam is the first engineer at Rendel to undertake the ICE’s new Experiential Learning Assessment to qualify for the Chartered Engineer (CEng) level professional qualification. The ICE introduced the Experiential Learning Assessment to bridge the gap between Incorporated Engineer (IEng) and CEng qualifications, for individuals who do not have the Masters degree normally required to attain the CEng level.