Do you meet the criteria?
To become a Fellow of the ITP, you need to meet the criteria below:
To have held strategic and operational responsibility for major programmes, teams or resources and delivered exemplary performance or major change in strategy, productivity, or status of the company.
To have carried out significant research within telecoms that has resulted in the technological advancement of the sector.
To have instigated major change or piece of work that has resulted in the creation of a new and significant business opportunity within telecoms.
To have contributed to the development of the UK telecoms workforce through training, recruitment or the development of a major employment project.
To have been internationally recognised for their work, whether it be strategic, operational, research or innovation based.
To have enhanced the reputation of telecoms through public service (regional, national, or international), leadership, academically or within the armed forces.
To be a recognised international authority on telecoms, or to actively play a role in national and international bodies.
For outstanding service to the ITP.
*applications are reviewed by a committee of peers.
It is unlikely that an applicant with less than ten years experience in the industry would be successful.
Meet the Fellows
Dr Ben Allen
Ben is a telecoms R&D expert with Network Rail Telecom focusing on radio communications for railways, and has been active in telecoms since 1994. He is also a Royal Society Industry Fellow in collabor ...
Dr Mike Short CBE FITP
Mike joined the Dept for International Trade in December 2016 as Chief Scientific Advisor after close to 40 years in Electronics and Telecommunications, with the last 30 years in Mobile Communications ...
Millie Banerjee, CBE,FITP
Millie is a highly experienced Board Member with an extensive portfolio of Executive and Non-Executive roles in diverse public and private sector organisations.
Professor Simon Saunders PhD CEng FREng FIET FITP
Simon Saunders is an independent technologist, researcher and advisor. He is a Visiting Professor at King’s College London and Trustee of the charity Music for All. Simon is a specialist in the techno ...