Incorporated in 1969, UKAPE continues to draw on its experience to offer expert advice and representation in the increasingly complex arena of employment legislation.
Run by its members for its members, the extensive resources
available through UKAPE provide a complete package of benefits
On this site you will find out more about UKAPE, latest news,
details of membership benefits, case studies, publications, and
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The United Kingdom Association of Professional Engineers is
the trade union for chartered and incorporated engineers and
all professionals in engineering. It is the only union established
exclusively for this purpose, and professionals are guaranteed
to be in the majority.
The Private Members area now includes a Contact List, a Skills Selector and a Discussion Forum. We see this as instrumental in getting the membership closer together. All members are invited to put these facilities to good use and make sure their details are included / updated by using the online update form. To log in to the private area you will need to enter your surname in lower case and your membership number (do contact John Gallen if you have any access problems). In the near future the Forum will be used for online meetings or discussions on particular specialist subjects. Volunteers to be on our panel of experts should contact John Gallen with details of their area of specialism. We also now have a mass email system which (with permission of the President) can be used to contact all members who have provided an email address.
UKAPE - Responsible representation
for professionals in engineering since 1969
Engineer Today - Spring 2016 ... latest newsletter available for download
Update to Member Benefits ... details of legal services and co-ordinator contacts
Salaries for Professional Engineers - article analysing the level of engineers' salaries compared with other professions ... download PDF
HVCA Key Issues - useful
information on contracts legislation, HMRC and "false self-employment,
Agency Workers Directive and Sustainability in construction ...