IGEM first known as the British Association of Gas Managers has evolved throughout the 20th Century since its incarnation in 1863. As the professional body for gas professionals, the Institution of Gas Engineers and Managers (IGEM) has an instantly recognisable profile with the industry through its work on producing technical standards and its credibility through individual and company members who support and sustain the professional effort in delivering gas safely to all across the UK.
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- Name: David McLeod
- Role: Graduate Trainee Engineer
David McLeod joined IGEM, as a Graduate Trainee Engineer working for Scotia Gas Networks. He sees his graduate membership as a fantastic way to meet accredited engineers and managers and participate in various events that IGEM offers its members every year.
- Name: Mike Smoothy
- Role: Regional Director
Mike Smoothy, Regional Director of Multi Tech Contracts, a prospective employer thinks that graduate membership exemplifies a dedication to the industry in question. He adds “Our Company has realised the benefits of graduate recruitment over the last 5 years. Multi Tech will continue to maintain a close link with graduate members of IGEM for prospective new placements”.
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IGEM offers a range of entry routes to professional membership within the gas industry. If you hold an appropriate engineering degree you can apply for Graduate Membership. Make yourself stand out from your peers as you enter the job seeking game. You can show you have a true interest and real commitment to your chosen career path.
As a professional Institution, we are also responsible for the award and retention of Chartered Engineer (CEng), Incorporated Engineer (IEng) and Engineering Technician (EngTech) status relating to the Gas sector, as recognised by the Engineering Council. Applying rigorous standards of professional competence and ethics we provide continuing development and recognition of gas engineering expertise.