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Home > Design4Structures has been accepted as an ICE Approved Employer (ICE Training Scheme)

Design4Structures now operates a training scheme for civil engineers that is accredited by the Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE).

The purpose of the training scheme is to support our staff during through their Initial Professional Development (IPD) to Professional Qualification. IPD is the period when trainees develop the knowledge, understanding and skill, along with the professional attitude required to practice as a professional. Learning and getting experience at work helps trainees hold down positions of responsibility and make independent judgments.

This ICE Training Scheme can be used by anyone would like to become a Member of ICE (MICE) and to register as a Chartered (CEng), Incorporated Engineer (IEng) or Technical Engineer (EngTech).. It can also be used by current IEng members wishing to progress to CEng via the Chartered Professional Review Progressive (CPRP) route.

The ICE Training Scheme helps trainees to:

  • Gain engineering knowledge, experience and competence, by providing opportunities to find and implement solutions to engineering problems.
  • Achieve the ICE Member attributes and complete the IPD stage required for professional qualification.
  • Record how they’ve gained relevant knowledge, to support their application for the Professional Review/End Point Assessment for apprenticeships.
  • Receive structured guidance and supervision from an SCE and the ICE Membership Recruitment Team so they can make the most of their training and, ultimately, achieve professional qualification quicker.

Further guidance and information about the training scheme is available on ICE website

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