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Webinar: Becoming a Fellow

Webinar: Becoming a Fellow
  • Date From 11th April 2024
  • Date To 11th April 2024
  • Price Free of charge, open to all.
  • Location Online: 19:00 AST. Duration: 1 hour.


Our highest grade of membership is open to Chartered chemical engineers who have made a significant contribution to chemical, biochemical and process engineering. Becoming a Fellow demonstrates your experience, technical excellence, leadership skills and commitment to the profession. 

If achieving Fellow status may be your next career goal, why not find out more?

Are you asking yourself...

  • I have just gained Chartered member status, what do I need to consider to become a Fellow?
  • What are the benefits of becoming an IChemE Fellow?
  • What's involved in the process of becoming a Fellow and how I can prepare to apply?

If so, all these questions and more will be addressed and answered for you during this webinar. A member of IChemE staff will provide the guidelines of the application process and IChemE Fellows will also share their experiences on why and how they achieved this status.


Steven Gasser, Associate Director – Member Engagement, IChemE

Steven started his career in the manufacturing sector in 1987 and became a technical apprentice, he gained experience in all aspects of the business and occupied the role of technical sales manager. Moving forward, Steven worked in the metal finishing industry before joining IMechE in 2001 as a business development manager, becoming senior business development manager in 2010. He has extensive experience of working with industry, academia and played a significant role in establishing the IMechE’s presence in India.

Steven left IMechE in 2012 and joined the Manufacturing Technology Centre (MTC) with responsibility for the professional development of the engineering community. In 2016, Steven left the MTC and joined NuGen, a nuclear new build project with responsibility for technical and operational training. Joining IChemE in January 2019, he plans to use the skills he has developed over his career to help benefit chemical engineers through IChemE.


19:00–20:00 AST.


The presentation will be delivered via Microsoft Teams. We recommend downloading the app from the Microsoft website, rather than using the web portal.

You are advised to join the webinar at least ten minutes before the scheduled start time, to allow for your computer to connect.

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