Royal Air Force

If you are serving in the Royal Air Force, or have left the Service within the last 12 months, you may be able to use our simplified SAP route to Professional Registration, otherwise the standard route is also available.

Check the RAF Career Break Points to help you decide which level of professional registration is right for you.

Download the Royal Air Force SAP application form to apply for EngTech, IEng or CEng.

RAF Fees

Have your fees paid directly by the RAF

Sign up now to have your subscription fees paid directly by the RAF.

Log in to your account and provide your Service Number and permission, and we will do the rest.

Questions? Contact Jill Dwyer

Apply for Professional Registration

 

Transfer your membership to IMechE

CEng, IEng or EngTech registered with the Engineering Council through one of their approved institutions, you can apply through our Armed Forces Existing Registrant process.

Download the Armed Forces Existing Registrant Application Form.

Upgrade your membership

Already professionally registered with IMechE? Rank of Wing Commander or above?
Apply for Fellow membership.

Below the rank of Wg Cdr but believe you meet the criteria? – apply via the traditional route.

 

Get more support

Jill Dwyer dlo@imeche.org - Defence Liaison Officer +44 (0)75 9073 5816

Sqn Ldr Andrew Sweeney andrew.sweeney103@mod.gov.uk – Engineering Branch Advisor

WO Richy Irwin richard.irwin323@mod.gov.uk – Engineering Trades Advisor

 

What our Members Say

The IMechE is a welcoming community of fellow engineers that wants to help guide, educate and challenge you to fulfil your career ambitions. Achieving Professional Registration with the IMechE at any level instantly portrays an image of someone who takes themselves and their career seriously.

Sgt Chris Hollis, EngTech MIMechE

Being a Fellow CEng with the IMechE provides me with credibility and recognition for my previous experience and knowledge. It has also enabled me to be benchmarked against others in the civilian domain – not just based on my rank. Those striving for Fellowship should not think that they are limited by rank, as it’s having the right experience that counts.

Sqn Ldr Chris Newton CEng FIMechE

Professional engineering registration within the armed forces is becoming more important and helps demonstrate not only your commitment but that of the armed forces, through continuing professional development (CPD) and will add to an individual’s career progression. As a recognised qualification, this will enhance any future employment prospects within the civilian engineering sector.

Sgt Bob Young IEng MIMechE