The Chamber’s membership offers access to technical innovation, cutting-edge information, networking opportunities, and exclusive member benefits. Members support the Chamber’s mission to advance the profession, whilst memberships build a platform to introduce engineering careers to students in Malta.
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The Chamber’s network is prolific, made up of key stake holders and decision makers from all sectors of the industry. By way of strategically designed partnership initiatives, the Chamber is an excellent platform for partners to showcase their organisation and deliver key messages to a captive audience.
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MISSION STATEMENTPUTTING ETHICS AS THE SOUL OF OUR PROFESSION
The Chamber of Engineers (CoE) is the only local organisation catering for the interests of Maltese Professional Engineers. The Chamber was founded on the 28th April 1978.
The Chamber of Engineers is today an ever growing, dynamic and very active organisation which is continuously discussing ways and means of both enhancing and safeguarding the profession.
Click here for more information about the Chamber of Engineers.
Frequently Asked Questions
The Chamber of Engineers strives to contribute significantly to the advancement of the engineering profession and society in Malta. Membership in the Chamber provides you with:
- Strengthening the voice of the profession
- Training opportunities & CPD
- Networking and knowledge sharing
- Discounted rates to engineering events
- Personal Development opportunities
- Personal Exposure
- Benefits/Discounts based the Chamber Sponsors/Partners
Click here for the CoE Membership Policy. Submit an online registration form here and submit membership payment and supporting documents as instructed here.
The membership applications are reviewed by the membership committee per statute and upon confirmation the secretariat sends a notification and a membership card.
Yes, the Engineering profession in Malta is regulated profession in the interest of public health, safety and security according to the Engineering Profession Act. Cap. 321 of the Laws of Malta. This regulation prescribes the appointment of an Engineering Profession Board and defines the eligibility for the engineering profession warrant as well as the duties and obligations pertaining to the warrant holder such as the Code of Ethics.
The Act defines the Inġ. title which is abbreviated from Inġinier. This is the title denoted to a warrant holder and is protected at law.
The warrant is recognized for providing the services of an engineer in Malta. The eligibility requirements for the warrant are laid out in the Engineering Profession Act Article 3. (2). The following are required:
A 240 ECTS engineering degree at MQF Level 6
Three years relevant work experience in engineering under the supervision of a practicing engineer.
Applications for the engineering warrant can be initiated here. The relevant guidance notes are to be followed when applying for the warrant. The application will be reviewed by the Board, with a typical sequence of activities.
Yes, CPD can be carried out on a voluntary basis as there is currently no mandatory CPD. The Chamber has anticipated any possible mandated system by proposing a voluntary CPD system which will be launched soon.
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