Institution of Structural Engineers (IStructE)

Mandatory for recently qualified members

The Institution was originally founded in 1908 as the Concrete Institute. Since 1922, they have been known as the Institution of Structural Engineers.

The ISE uphold standards, share knowledge, promote structural engineering and provide a voice for the profession.

Structural engineering is constantly evolving and keeping abreast of technical and professional developments is an essential part of the role.

Because of this, it’s mandatory for our Chartered Members (including Fellows), Associates, Associate-Members and Technician Members to undertake CPD each year.

The number of CPD hours that a member completes will vary based on their registration grade, level of experience, role and responsibility, and future career plans. Members generally tend to complete an average of 30 CPD hours a year.

Further Information:
//www.istructe.org/