Membership Benefits

The Society offer courses and workshops regularly for professional improvement and continuing education of members. These courses/workshops are coordinated by the Professional Development Directorate of the National Headquarters and are organized nation-wide through Divisions and Branches of the Society and the National Headquarters.

The Society holds Engineering Conference every year and an international conference every two years between the last week in November and December. Conference Themes are chosen based on contemporary issues and a communique issued at the end of proceedings.

Careers and Employment Advice
The Society provides advice to members on job placement and career progression through her Job placement unit. The unit maintains a list of members wishing to change jobs or in search of jobs, and also match jobs opportunities by its job listing.

Liaison with the Council for the Regulation of Engineering in Nigeria (COREN)
The Society is represented on the Council of COREN and maintains close relations with the body on all issues relating to the engineering profession. These include Engineering Regulations Monitoring (ERM), Mandatory Continuing Professional Development (MCPD) and Engineers remuneration.

The Society provides a forum for engineers to exchange ideas and update their knowledge on contemporary and future developments in engineering

Code of Ethics
The Society has established a Code of Ethics to control the professional conduct of her members. Disciplinary actions are instituted under this code.

Advisory services
The Society provides guidance to members on a wide range of matters relevant to their involvements with and development in the profession. Government and the general public may also seek advice of the Society on Professional Engineering matters.

Awards and Prizes
Grants/Fellowships/Awards and Prizes for papers, research and other contributions to the profession are awarded by the Society from time to time to those who distinguished themselves in the profession.

Benevolent Fund
The Society maintains a benevolent fund to which individual members contribute. The fund is to help members and their families in distress.

The Society sponsors and encourages competitions at all levels, secondary schools through Universities to Professional. The Engineer of the Year Award has also been instituted.

International Relations
The Society represents Nigeria through her membership of the Commonwealth Engineers Council (CEC) and World Federation of Engineering Organization (WFEO). The Society is also the Secretariat of the Federation of African Engineering Organization (FAEO).
Foreign Industrial tours are also organized by Branches and the Headquarters coordinated by the International Affairs unit at the Headquarters.