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Application For Membership


REFRACTORIES ENGINEERS www.ireng.org


INSTITUTE OF APPLICATION FOR MEMBERSHIP


Name Tel


Email


Full postal address Company Address Business of Company


Details of past and present employment in connection with Refractories. Information given in this section is to enable Council to assess your experiences in the Design, Erection or Maintenance of Refractory Structures. Please give full details of each position held stating the number of years served and indicating where supervisory duties were involved.


Fax Date of birth


If necessary, continue on a separate page Training – in order to support your application please add details of examinations passed, courses attended, or memberships of any other Institutes or other Professional bodies.


Declaration


I declare that the details given above and on any attachments hereto are correct in every respect. I agree to be bound by the rules of the Institute, and understand that the grade of membership to which I shall be offered admittance shall be the decision of the Council.


Signature Date We declare that the details submitted by the applicant are, to the best of our knowledge, correct.


Name Position Company


Name Position Company


This Application form should be signed by an Executive of your own company, and a member of the Institute and submitted to:- Mrs J. Woodhead, General Secretary and Treasurer, 575 Trentham Road, Blurton, Stoke-on-Trent, Staffs ST3 3BN Tel/Fax: 0044 (0) 1782 310234 Email: jaynewoodhead@ireng.org


To apply for membership online go to www.ireng.org and follow the link


May 2018 Issue ENGINEER THE REFRACTORIES 31


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