The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 63 (1985) > Issues > Issue 12 > Associate-Membership Review - The Structural Technician Engineer in the '80s
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Associate-Membership Review - The Structural Technician Engineer in the '80s

The lnstitution of Structural Engineers sought to ascertain from employers, colleges, and qualified Associate-Members (structural technician engineers), the role that is played by its own professionally trained engineers with the title TEng, AMlStructE. Just what value do Associate-Members have in the eyes of the public, in their own eyes, and in those of the chartered engineers they so often support; indeed, how does the Institution view the scenario?