News & Events-Success for Frazer-Nash’s professional development scheme

Record number of engineers and graduates benefit from company programme.

Employees at Frazer-Nash Consultancy were celebrating this month, after five of the industry's top professional institutions recommended the company's Professional Development Scheme be accredited for a further three years.

Positive feedback was received from: Institution of Mechanical Engineers (IMechE); The Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET); The Royal Aeronautical Society (RAeS); Institute of Physics (IOP); and the Royal Institution of Naval Architects (RINA).

Figures revealed that 67 engineers - around 10 per cent of the workforce - have achieved Chartered Status in the last three years.

With over 170 candidates currently on the company's Professional Development Scheme, Frazer-Nash is committed to creating a pool of talented specialists to help meet the growing demand for its services. As John Devlin, Head of Student and Graduate Development explains:

"Frazer-Nash has had an accredited scheme for over 18 years. We are thrilled that our programme has been recognised for its success. We have developed an internal network of experienced mentors and line managers, and have a Local Professional Development Administrator in each UK office. We're committed to our people's professional development, and ensuring we continue to deliver first-class technical expertise and services to our clients."