Stuart McLeod is awarded Incorporated Engineer status from IGEM

Stuart McLeod is awarded Incorporated Engineer status from IGEM

Stuart McLeod B.Eng (Hons) I.Eng MIGEM, Policy Engineer at Energy Assets, has been awarded Incorporated Engineer status from the Institution of Gas Engineers and Managers (IGEM). As such, Stuart joins the ranks of an international community of incorporated engineers.

Becoming an Incorporated Engineer is a professional engineering accreditation and demonstrates to the gas industry his competency and credentials in his field, independently assessed and verified. The professional competence is also an internationally recognised standard.

Stuart has proven his commitment to Continuous Professional Development (CPD) in his pursuit and award of his professional qualification. His demonstration of a professional attitude is valued by colleagues and customers throughout the gas industry.

“I am so proud and honoured to receive the status of Incorporated Engineer through IGEM.” Says Stuart. “This is just further proof that hard work, dedication, commitment and never giving up definitely generates results! Having been educated on the benefits and gone through the process, I am now a huge advocate of professional registration. It’s opened up a completely different insight into the industry as a whole: the things you can learn, the contacts you can make and the information you can gain. I am very excited to see where this significant milestone as a Professional Engineer takes me!

I’m also grateful to Energy Assets who empowered me to achieve this goal by funding my travel to the IGEM headquarters in Kegworth to help me complete my accreditation.”

This is another example of how Energy Assets lives by our values.


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