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Renewables in NE Lincolnshire
This recent magazine article on the NE Lincolnshire Renewables and Environment Sector may be of interest to members. 

Read about the 2013 Humber Region Annual Dinner Dance in our blog section

Snaith School pupils are careering forward

Taking part in the Careers Day at The Snaith School are back. Click on the following link to read the news!

Most Recent Blog Posts

On a damp Tuesday evening some 22 IET members and guests were given access to Allan Marshall’s collection of Humber cars. The evening started with a talk by Allan informing us how the collection started and information about the history of Humber cars and each car in his collection.  His talk was witty and informative and left you thinking... read more...
Posted by Deborah-Claire McKenzie on IET Humber Network Oct 2, 2014 1:12 GMT
The Humber Region IET were pleased to again support HETA through a prize to Joseph Mitchell for an Award for Excellence. Joseph is working towards and NVQ Level 3 Extended Diploma in Engineering Maintenance and VRQ Level 3 Diploma in Maintenance Engineering Technology. Joe has also provided a quote: “I was honoured, grateful and surprised when... read more...
Posted by Joanne Longton on IET Humber Network Jan 6, 2014 9:46 GMT

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Good afternoon, I am looking to upgrade my Engineering Council membership from IEng to CEng, but I am looking for someone to advise me on the best route based on my current skill set and qualifications.
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The Humber network was officially formed in March 2006 to serve IET members on both the north and south banks of the River Humber. The area has a very strong metals, petro-chemical and food production background and continues to be a key area of industrial growth within the UK. There are currently approximately 1200 IET members in the Humber region.

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Communities in the Yorkshire Region

Networks in the Yorkshire Region:

Humber Committee

Philip Rubini

Andrew Horne

Stuart Gregory

James Sharp
Vice Chairman

Nicola Wallis
School Liaison Officer

Richard Rennie

Matthew Bates

Paul Walker

Chunhua Yang

Yaaslin Dilmahomed

Jim Marr
Invited Member

Deborah McKenzie
Community Relationship Manager