Completing your degree is a great achievement, and it provides you with solid proof of your academic and theoretical grounding. But as you search for employment and embark on a career you’ll be expected to maintain your education; learn new skills, find out about industry developments and make useful contacts, to help you do your job better. This is ‘Professional Development’ and is the next stage of your education.
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Soon you’ll want a personal stamp, like your degree, that proves your high level of professional competence to peers, employers and clients. This is why around 400 professionals across the globe become Chartered Chemical Engineers every year. This personal stamp of competence proves your skills as an engineer and your commitment to upholding the standards of your profession.
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To find out more about the routes to becoming a Chartered Chemical Engineer visit www.getchartered.org.