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IChemE awards highest professional honour to Shell


Published Aug 6, 2014
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The Institution of Chemical Engineers (IChemE) has awarded its highest honour to Shell in recognition of the energy and petrochemicals company’s outstanding worldwide skills and professional development programmes.

Shell was presented with Gold Corporate Partnership by IChemE president and professor of energy engineering at Imperial College London, Geoff Maitland, and IChemE's immediate past president and GB Health and Safety Executive chair, Judith Hackitt CBE, on 9 July 2014 in London, UK.

Shell is only the seventh organisation in the world to meet the rigorous gold standard, which provides an independent assessment of an organisation's professional standards, high-level training programmes, CPD and other initiatives including promoting the chemical engineering profession in schools, universities, communities and beyond.

Tags: IChemE, Shell




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