BINDT registrations with the Engineering Council


New Engineering Council registrants 2014
BINDT is pleased to report the following members attained registration in the section indicated in 2014
Chartered Engineer
Engineering Technician
R Bose
C T Fulton
B ChobakP A Funderburk
J S Durkin
S Geldart
S P Kenny
W Grant
R F Lyon
C P Haggerston
R T Nisbet
M L Hall
C M Ward
S S Handy
 C N Hardy
Incorporated Engineer
R D Henderson
M A Brailsford
C Irwin
A J Burgess
S A Jones
P J Cook
J Lennon
S P Davie
G J Lewis
A Down
B Lumley
R Gorman
I G Macrae
J S Grice
J Maxwell
G Harvey
W McGowan
P C Heasman
P McLean
A T Heaton
C Morgan
R Jenkins
G Morris
D A Lomax
Z P Newton
A Montas
K W Paris
J C Moody
S Parkinson
C Nwobodo
R Philips
W R Patrick
M S Pritchard
J Press
P A Quirin
T A Price
R Salem
L Rothwell
B Schooling
K J Seward
D Simison
J Sleeman
W Small
P G Spry
S R Southall
S Tomlinson
S Steele

J Sutton
Engineering Technician
I P Townsend
K J Black
M A Tyrer
J-M Britton
D Warner
D S Brown
I Westmoreland
J L P Bushby
N J Williams
D J Casson
R J Witton
K Dean
As a member of The British Institute of Non-Destructive Testing you can apply for engineering registration with the Engineering Council.

As a Licensed Member of the Engineering Council (EC), the Institute encourages suitably qualified members to register with the EC. The Institute can assess those members for admission to the EC register. To the right is a list of successful registrant applications submitted by BINDT to the EC during 2014.

The register has three sections: Chartered Engineer (CEng), Incorporated Engineer (IEng) and Engineering Technician (EngTech).

Chartered Engineers (CEng) generally develop solutions to engineering problems using new or existing technologies, through innovation, creativity and change and/or they may have technical accountability for complex systems with significant levels of risk.

Incorporated Engineers (IEng) maintain and manage applications of current and developing technology, and may undertake engineering design, development, manufacture, construction and operation.

Engineering Technicians (EngTech) apply proven techniques and procedures to the solution of practical engineering problems.

All candidates for registration in these three sectors must satisfy the competence standards set by the EC and be members of an appropriate Licensed Member engineering institution, such as BINDT. Applicants must show that they have a satisfactory educational base, have undergone approved professional development and must demonstrate at interview their professional competence against specific criteria.

Now, however, if you hold a PCN Level 2 certificate in any method and meet the criteria for Graduate Membership of BINDT, you are eligible for direct entry (no interview required) to register as an Engineering Technician (EngTech) with the EC.

Additionally, BINDT Members with PCN Level 3 and defined years of experience may also satisfy the requirements for registration.

For full details and further information please contact BINDT’s Membership Services Coordinator Julie Grieve at, or call +44 (0)1604 89 3829.