Frazer-Nash’s Professional Development Scheme Earns Accreditation from the Institute of Chemical Engineers.
Frazer-Nash is pleased to announce that our professional development scheme has been officially accredited by the Institute of Chemical Engineers (IChemE).
This recognition acknowledges our dedication and commitment to fostering the growth of our people and adds to a long list of institutions who have accredited our professional development schemes. These include IMechE, IET, IOP, RAeS and RINA.
IChemE is a globally renowned professional body that sets rigorous standards for chemical engineers and engineering practices. To receive their accreditation is a recognition of the alignment of our program with the highest industry benchmarks.
Nial Greeves, Energy Director, Frazer-Nash Consultancy, comments:
“The accreditation from the Institute of Chemical Engineers for our professional development scheme is a source of immense pride for Frazer-Nash. It is a clear affirmation of our dedication to nurturing the skills and expertise of our engineering professionals. As we celebrate this achievement, we look forward to a future of continued growth and opportunities for Chemical Engineers at Frazer-Nash.”
Founded in 1922, the Institution of Chemical Engineers (IChemE) is the UK based and internationally recognised qualifying body and learned society for chemical, biochemical and process engineers. We exist to advance chemical engineering’s contribution for the benefit of society.
IChemE members can be found in a wide range of industry sectors, and at different stages of their careers. They play a key role in our governance and day-to-day operations.