By examination – Level 4 Certificate in Fire Science & Fire Safety or election through recognition of equivalent qualification, plus 5 years training and experience and 2 years CPD in both cases, or via the Technical Report Route (additional experience mandatory).
- Degree in a fire-related subject; or IFE Level 4 Certificate; or Recognised Educational Programme for Member grade (www.ife.org.uk) ; or Equivalent (email: email@example.com ), or via the Technical Report Route (minimum 15 years of increasing responsibility and experience in fire engineering).
- Two years of relevant and sufficient CPD immediately prior to application
- IPD Requirements for Member (see here), evidenced through a report
Subscription fees are renewable on 1 January every year. New members joining from October to December will receive these months ‘gratis’ when paying the following year’s rate. Subscription fees are linked to the UK Pound and may therefore be subject to fluctuations in exchange rate. A membership application form must accompany new applications.
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Cash, bank deposit, EFT, postal order, money order, moneygram are all acceptable methods of payment. Official company orders are not accepted for exam fee payments. Foreign payments must be done via SWIFT transfer from your bank to ours. With EFT and bank deposits please send proof of payment with your name and contact number clearly written on it, accompanied by the appropriate application.
Member application form download
Member IPD requirements download
Member IPD report guidance download
Member CPD log download
Member CPD guidance document download
Would you like professional registration as a fire engineer? The IFE is licensed by the Engineering Council and, if you are appropriately qualified and experienced, you could be registered as a Chartered Engineer, an Incorporated Engineer or an Engineering Technician. If you have recently graduated and want recognition of your qualifications whilst you build your experience as a fire engineer, you could become an Interim registrant.
For more information on benefits of professional registration check out the Engineering Council’s video ‘What’s in it for me?‘ and a video of Dr Barbara Lane CEng MIFireE an Arup Fellow talking about why fire engineering is so important.