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Welcome to IET Scotland North

Welcome to the IET Scotland North section. You'll find it's a vibrant section with many activities scheduled for the year ahead in a variety of locations. I encourage you: to be involved, to meet, to learn, to share, to grow, to volunteer, to organise events, to give. It is a privilege to be your Scotland North chair and during my term of office I will, as work permits, visit districts to meet you.
 
Iain King
IET Scotland North Chair

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Raspberry Pi Aberdeen Event

See the blog from the Chair of the Aberdeen district with some photographs from the event.  

More IET Raspberry Pi resources.


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Join us as a volunteer for Inverness

We're looking for you if you've got the drive and enthusiasm to join the team and help organise IET events in Inverness.

It's not onerous and the rewards? They are many: meeting dynamic engineers, learning beyond your immediate sphere, adding to your skills, and the satisfaction of active involvement., and key, is that your involvement will help shape what we do.

Due to the recent change in the Scotland North Committee, we in Inverness need at least one but ideally two members to become volunteers.

Please contact Iain King for more information. iain.king.ic@uhi.ac.uk

Scotland North events

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The Scotland North Committee organises events in Aberdeen, Dundee, Inverness, Perth, Thurso, Orkney, Shetland, Stornoway.  These events cover a range of engineering, management and general interest.

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The Raspberry Pi is an affordable, credit card sized computer that plugs into a monitor/TV and uses a keyboard and mouse. It allows people to learn how to program, whether that be in languages such as scratch or python. It is possible to create games, browse the internet, play videos and much more.  Raspberry Pi started out as a modest collaboration ... read more...
Posted by Lynsay Callaghan on IET Scotland North Network Jun 25, 2015 10:45 AM BST

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