EngTech Visionary Award
Apply for this new award and demonstrate your commitment to EngTech registration.
EngTech registration is crucial in demonstrating that technicians and engineers have the skills and experience to work to the highest standard.
The EngTech Visionary Award recognises individuals who have made a significant contribution to the sector by promoting EngTech registration.
As an individual you must have made a significant contribution to promoting EngTech registration in either an engineering role or roles such as manager, supervisor, lecturer, mentor, trainer, HR professional or advisor.
You need to be able to demonstrate your direct involvement in growing and promoting the Institution’s EngTech registration. This could include activities such as:
• Promotion at team and staff briefings
• Offering one to one support to colleagues
• Organising workshops and events
• Engaging support from Professional Engineering Institutions
• Acting as an EngTech ambassador within your company
• Offering advocacy to peers
• Developing policies to increase registration
• Promoting registration through internal communications
• Working to include registration in job specifications and procurement documentation
How will I be recognised?
The winner will receive a plaque and certificate. The winner will also benefit from the industry-wide recognition gained as a result of winning this prestigious award.
Am I eligible to apply?
To be eligible you must be a current member of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers.
How do I enter?
Download and submit
the application form by 30 June 2019
IMechE Prizes and Awards Department
Bury St Edmunds
Applications can be made by a company employee, or colleagues in the engineering community who have knowledge of your achievements.
500 words of supporting copy are required to enter the award with accompanying photographic or diagrammatic evidence and third party endorsement if appropriate.
The application must be signed by a sponsor who supports your application.
Flight Lieutenant Alastair Cooper won the award for his “personal effort and commitment to promoting professional recognition by RAF aeronautical engineering technicians”;
Keith is the UK Engineering Manager at Heat Trace Ltd, a global company providing complete trace heating solutions.
Natalie is a Commissioning Technician working on a research and development rig at Nuvia as well as studying part-time to gain a degree in mechanical engineering.