March 2022

Congratulations to Jamie Gibson

Congratulations to Jamie Gibson, a geotechnical engineer at Rendel, who has completed his Initial Professional Development (IPD) under the Institution of Civil Engineers Training Scheme; demonstrating that he has achieved the required level in all 7 Attributes to be able to undertake the Chartered Professional Review.  This has also been formally signed off by the ICE’s Member Development Officer, Kieran Tully.  Jamie will now continue to consolidate his experience and work towards undertaking the Professional Review later this year. 

As part of his completion process, Jamie undertook the ICE’s 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.

Throughout the whole process, Jamie has shown enthusiasm, determination and a positive attitude and we congratulate him on this milestone to achieving Chartered Engineer status.    

Rendel operates an ICE Approved Training Scheme, providing structured training towards achieving Chartership. We have three Board Directors who act as Supervising Civil Engineers (SCEs) to oversee our ICE Training Scheme and a team of 30 Delegated Engineers and SCEs. We also support staff through other routes to Chartership such as the Career Appraisals.

We currently have 40 engineers working towards their Chartered Professional Review, including over 30 engineers on our ICE Training Scheme, In the last 12 months we announced the achievement of Membership of the Institution of Civil Engineer in the UK by eight of our employees.