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CIHT professional qualifications

The Chartered Institution of Highways and Transportation (CIHT) is the professional institution of choice for those working in transport infrastructure. Members are offered support for the development of their careers through training and qualifications.

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Professional qualifications improve your chances of career progression.

They're a measure of skill and knowledge, and show dedication to personal development.

Whatever stage you're at in your career, and no matter what your academic background, the Chartered Institution of Highways and Transportation can support your development needs.

Our understanding of the industry makes us the professional institution of choice for those working in transport infrastructure.

We are well-known both nationally and internationally and are highly regarded across the public and private sectors.

By choosing to gain a professional qualification with CIHT, you will receive support and guidance tailored to people working within the transport sector.

This includes: mentoring, local CPD opportunities, comprehensive guidance notes, opportunities to attend professional review workshops, and CIHT staff available to answer your questions.

Whether it's highway or traffic engineering, road safety auditing or transport planning, there are a range of qualifications you can gain with CIHT. Including:

Chartered Engineer (CEng)

Incorporated Engineer (IEng)

Engineering Technician (EngTech)

Transport Planning Professional (TPP)

Road Safety Audit Certificate of Competency (CoC)

If you want to know more about how we can help you to improve your career prospects, just visit  www.ciht.org.uk/education

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