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Promoting the highest professional and safety standards for the nuclear industry

Founded in 1959, the Institution of Nuclear Engineers is a learned society and the only qualifying body concerned solely with the advancement of nuclear engineering technology and its allied fields.  The Institution acts as consultant to government, professional and statutory bodies in the formulation of decisions affecting the nuclear industry and is recognised as the representative of the profession.  The Institution is a Nominated Body of the Engineering Council.  As such, it is able to register suitably qualified nuclear engineers as Chartered or Incorporated Engineers and also registers Engineering Technicians.  Membership of the Institution represents the best of a highly qualified, innovative profession, internationally recognised and respected. The governing council is drawn from all sectors of the industry and associated academic institutions.