A teacher in the Department of Biomedical Engineering at the University of Technology gets the title of certified engineer in Britain
Dr. Ziyad Youssef Abdel-Aoun, a teacher in the Department of Biomedical Engineering at the University of Technology, was awarded the title of “Certified Engineer (Legal Engineer)” from the British Engineering Council and after testing and passing a personal interview in London (Chartered Engineer) that is protected under British Civil Law and is considered a final professional qualification in engineering (Terminal Qualification)
The British Engineering Council website explains this title with the following phrase (quoted): "Certified engineers are qualified to a degree and have acquired the highest level of professional skills through training and experience with controlled professional practice (that is, the experience was conducted under professional supervision). The process of awarding this title is carried out with peer review (Peer-Reviewed Process).
Certified engineers participate in a variety of engineering and commercial leadership and have the necessary handling skills, and the certified engineer is one of the most famous international engineering qualifications.