WHITECODE TECHNICAL DIRECTOR BECOMES CHARTERED ENGINEER
25 May 2023
Whitecode is delighted to announce that its Technical Director, Jason Tramontano has officially become a Chartered Engineer.
Following the submission of a technical report and a professional interview, Jason has gained his Chartered Engineer status. Jason’s chartership is accredited by the Chartered Institution of Building Services Engineers (CIBSE).
As a Chartered Engineer, Jason has proven he has the theoretical knowledge to solve problems in new technologies, develop new analytical techniques, deliver innovative products and services, and take technical responsibility for complex engineering systems. He has also established that he is capable of accountability for project, finance and personnel management and managing trade-offs between technical and socio-economic factors.
Additionally, he has the skill sets necessary to develop other technical staff and has effective interpersonal skills in communicating technical matters. Jason has developed the relevant skills through his career experience at Whitecode where he has built upon the knowledge established in his Bachelor of Science Degree in Building Services Engineering.
Commenting on his new qualification, Jason said, “Those of my connections that know me will know that I’m enjoying my career at Whitecode (hence why I’ve been there for such a significant number of years!) and particularly enjoy the commitment that they have to growing staff members internally and supporting careers. I’m thrilled that I am now officially a Chartered Engineer. I’m looking forward to helping transform the industry and working with CIBSE to improve practices.”
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