Hopefully over the years you will have been to some IET events in your local area. These events are only possible due to the hard work of dedicated volunteers – but now they need your help. Will you step up?
As a result of a recent restructuring of our education and schools organisation we have a number of vacancies for Deputy Schools Liaison Officers who would take responsibility for education and schools work within a defined part of the MWC geographical area. We especially need people to come forward for the are north of the Mersey. Further details of the role of a Deputy Schools Liaison Officer are available by clicking on this link.
Anyone who is interested in volunteering for one of these exciting opportunities should email in the first instance Roger Todd DSLO
Images from the the successful Recognition Evening hosted by the IET President, Barry Brooks on 20 March 2014 in Liverpool can now be found here .
A blog from the Network Chairman is to follow shortly.
Managed by volunteers the Network aims to raise awareness of science, engineering and technology in the local area and promote membership of the IET. All Network events are open to the public and most are free of charge.
Our events provide an excellent, direct route to the leading industry players across a wide range of sectors through over 30 seminars, lectures, conferences and industry visits every year.
If you are interested in further information regarding either sponsoring or exhibiting at an event please contact firstname.lastname@example.org