Northern Ireland

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ICE Northern Ireland supports and represents around 2,000 civil engineers, working and living in the region. We help influence infrastructure policy, exchange knowledge and best practice and promote the civil engineering profession. We also provide support, training and networking opportunities for all our members. 

To find out more about ICE's work in Northern Ireland, or to get involved, contact us through the regional office.

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Is the Work+ Apprenticeship for you?

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There is major demand for civil engineering skills. The Work+ apprenticeship is your first step into this growing industry and your chance to make a difference in people's lives. Apprenticeships are offered from BTEC to Master's degree level.

It’s work. Plus so much more.

Find out more about Work+

Events, news and training from ICE Northern Ireland

Learn about the latest events, what's been going on in the region and discover opportunities to get expert advice and help with your membership through local professional qualification training opportunities. Simply click the tabs below to explore more.

Discover upcoming events in your region

Looking for more events in the Northern Ireland or want to search specific disciplines?

Get the latest news from your region

Visit our News section for all the latest from your region and beyond. You can also explore our blog, The Civil Engineer, for regular civil engineering updates.

Looking for help and advice on becoming qualified?

Our professional qualification training is here to help you, from advice surgeries to courses in passing your professional review.

  • Member support (IEng & CEng)

    Fast-track Career Appraisal workshops, Belfast

    • 04 September, 2018

    This is a fast-track programme to complete your Career Appraisal submission enabling you to apply for your Professional review.

  • Member support (IEng & CEng)

    Technical Report Route, webinar

    • 06 September, 2018
    • Online attendance available

    The Technical Report Route allows you to utilise your work experience and practical knowledge to achieve professional qualification. In this webinar Membership Development Officer Roger Chantrelle explains how the route works and what the requirements are.

  • Membership surgery

    Membership surgery, Belfast

    • 12 September, 2018

    We are holding ongoing membership surgeries as your opportunity to discuss anything related to ICE membership, professional development or routes to membership.

  • Technician support (EngTech)

    Technician membership, webinar

    • 26 September, 2018
    • Online attendance available

    If you work as an Engineering Technician you can apply for Technician Membership. This webinar will help explain more about EngTech MICE, and how you go about making an application.

  • Membership surgery

    Membership surgery, Belfast

    • 09 October, 2018

    We are holding ongoing membership surgeries as your opportunity to discuss anything related to ICE membership, professional development or routes to membership.

  • Fellowship support (FICE)

    Routes to fellowship, Webinar

    • 09 October, 2018
    • Online attendance available

    This webinar, hosted by ICE Wales Regional Director Keith Jones, provides an introduction to ICE fellowship. It focuses on the key requirements to making an application for fellowship.

Looking for more professional qualification training in Northern Ireland?

Discover professional development training near you

Browse the latest professional development training taking place in your region, and discover opportunities to develop and enhance your skills.

  • An insightful one day training course on CDM 2015, focussing particularly on the links between the new regulations and accepted project management principles, and the recommended management tools to put these principles into practice.
  • This popular programme will equip delegates with the skills necessary to be able to manage a project using the Engineering and Construction Contract (ECC).

Interested in getting involved?

Help inspire the next generation

There are many ways that you can get involved with ICE, including:

  • adding your expert knowledge to one of our panels or committees
  • writing for one our publications
  • visiting schools to help encourage the next generation of civil engineers

Getting involved with us is also a great way to help your professional development and further your experiences.

If you think you've got what it takes, then we want to hear from you!

Find out all the ways you can get involved and register your interest

How can we help you?

we're here to help you

We're here to help every aspect of your membership, from becoming professionally qualified, to advice and marketing support in running an event. If you've got a question, or want some help, you can call, email or drop us a line on social media.

Find out how you can contact us

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