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IChemE gives first level 3 apprenticeship qualification stamp of approval to Reynolds Training Services
High hazards training provider Reynolds Training Services has had its qualification approved by the Institution of Chemical Engineers (IChemE) - the first level 3 diploma to be approved by IChemE.
IChemE reaction to the chemical explosion in Beirut
On 4 August 2020, an explosion occurred at a warehouse storing ammonium nitrate in Beirut, Lebanon. It has been reported by international media that at least 137 people have died and 5,000 injured. IChemE would like to extend condolences to all those involved.
New technical textbooks available on Knovel app
IChemE members can now access 25 new books on the online resource, Knovel, and on the associated app, which is now available to members.
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Chemical Engineering Matters
This is IChemE's technical roadmap, laying out how chemical engineers will help address the major global challenges of water, energy, food and nutrition, and health and wellbeing.
We partner with higher education bodies and organisations within the process industry, to support the development of chemical engineers and chemical engineering around the world.Find out more
Universities: accredit your degree
Information for universities on benchmarking, accreditation and re-accreditation of their degree programmes.