CIHT represents and qualifies professionals who plan, design, build, manage, maintain and operate transport and infrastructure.
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CIHT offer routes to qualifications including Chartered Engineer, Incorporated Engineer and Engineering Technician, the SoRSA Certificate of Competency, Transport Planning Professional and Chartered Transport Planning Professional.
CIHT is the leading voice of the highways and transportation infrastructure profession. We are the prime source of advice for national and local government and other strategic stakeholders when they are seeking technical expertise and knowledge to guide future policy and investment.
Our membership is growing, and as an Institution, we embrace all aspects of transport infrastructure while continuing to value our roots in highway engineering.
The Institution is the natural home for all people working in transport infrastructure who are seeking education, professional qualifications, technical guidance and networking in a welcoming environment. Find out more about CIHT's Diversity and Inclusion agenda here.
The Institution is a registered charity. Its Charitable Objective is
to advance for the public benefit the science and art associated with highways and transportation in all their aspects and to promote education, training and research in and development of the said science and art.
CIHT fulfils these responsibilities by providing authoritative, independent, professional advice to government and transport stakeholders. It ensures members have access to current skills and good practice and provides qualifications to underpin the standards of the profession.
Giving members the skills, training and qualifications to be the workforce that society and the economy need.
Working with members, regions, stakeholders and decision makers to demonstrate the value of efficient transport infrastructure, as well as continually seeking to improve all networks so that they are safe, sustainable, effective and able to meet the changing needs of society.
Recruiting new members and retaining existing ones through a reputation for excellence and a range of attractive membership services.