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Help - website and email services

Login, registration and MyIET

This website is operated by the IET and in common with the other IET sites a single registration and login process is used. If you have registered to use one of the other sites your username and password from that site will be valid on this site.

Website logins

Please enter your registered username and password into the boxes at the top of each web page on the site.

Your username/password will be one that you have previously registered on the IEE or IIE websites or alternately you need to register a new account on the IET website.

If you have forgotten your username/password OR are unsure of whether you have previously registered on the website, please use the reminder facility.

Login problems

If you encounter problems logging in, please and ensure that your browser is set to accept session cookies before attempting to log in again. Also see our login FAQs.

If you are still unable to log in, please contact the IET webmaster and include a description of the problem you encountered.

Remember me

Select Remember Me if you wish to be logged in automatically when you visit the website. However, you will be asked to provide your username and password during the session if you access any pages containing your personal information.

Website registration

Click on the 'Register' link at the top of the page and follow the instructions.

See FAQ on Registration for further information.

MyIET / profile help

By logging into the website, you can view/change the following in your ‘MyIET’: Contact details, password, payments/transactions, membership, communications, community activity, profile visibility/photo/biography, favourite contacts, messages, communities and local networks. Also see FAQs on profile.

Website content help

The IET website is divided into two functions; an organisational site and a knowledge network.

The organisational web site consists of: About us, Membership, In your area, Careers and training, Events, Publishing, Education, Public affairs and Factfiles. The knowledge network consists of the technical professional networks, and some publishing areas. Also see content FAQs.

The following help is also available (links open in the main IET website):

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