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The professional institutions are listed below for your convenience. Bear in mind many of the institutions have sub-divisions dedicated to related engineering fields. It is well worth considering joining at least one in order to obtain the advantages outlined at the start of this section. Membership of more than one is common as this provides a broader outlook. Also for some people, a range of institutions better represents their diverse industry interests, experiences and knowledge. Fresh ideas from different industry sectors keep you well informed and abreast of constant change.
A full list of benefits and membership details are available from all of their websites. The institutions are listed in no particular order, although they are grouped for convenience.
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Other organisations are not Engineering Council UK licencing bodies, but are valuable sources of information and are influential, they include:
Finally two organisations work alongside the Engineering Council UK. As such, they too have overarching representative roles. Their websites contain plenty of useful information.
Links to the above sites are provided for your convenience. Advice Manufacturing is not responsible for their contents. In addition inclusion of links does not imply endorsement of any website material, business or organisation.
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