Getting Chartered – advice from ExxonMobil’s chemical engineers

Published:  12 August, 2019

ExxonMobil, a Gold Corporate Partner of IChemE, is a top employer of chemical engineers in the UK and all over the world. The company has 19 refineries worldwide, one of which is based in Fawley, Hampshire, UK. Employing over 2,300 people and with a capacity of 270,000 barrels per day it is one of the UK's largest industrial plants. At IChemE, we believe that Chartered Chemical Engineer is a status which all chemical engineers should aspire to. But how difficult is it to get there? In this video five chemical engineers at ExxonMobil, some of which are working towards Chartered Chemical Engineer status, give their top tips on the process. Check out our other videos in this series: ExxonMobil and IChemE – sharing the passion for engineering: Meet the chemical engineers at ExxonMobil: Chemical engineering matters at ExxonMobil: Being a Chartered Chemical Engineer at ExxonMobil: Why is an Accredited Company Training Scheme (ACTS) important to ExxonMobil?: Working at ExxonMobil as a chemical engineer: With special thanks to ExxonMobil, Fawley Refinery, ExxonMobil House in Leatherhead, UK, and all the employees who helped to make these videos. Find out more about becoming a Chartered Chemical Engineer here: Find out more about ExxonMobil: Produced by CMA Video:

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