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Step up – your local engineering community needs you!

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?


How 4G is Revolutionising Mobile Communications

Professor Andy Sutton from EE gave a talk on 4G in Mobile Communications to the Network earlier this session.  Here is an interview he recorded prior to giving a similiar presentation that may be of interest.

Help Needed

The Mersey & Western Cheshire Network are looking for additional volunteers to join the Network Committee and help with the management of their events and other activities, such as the 2014 Recognition Evening shown here.

Further information on the roles available can be found by clicking on this link.


Most Recent Blog Posts

The IET Isle of Man Group recently organised an event to coincide with the TT Zero races on the Island which forms part of the annual TT Race series. This year’s race was won by Team Mugen who were also runners-up, however, the students from Team Buckeye Current at Ohio State University came an amazing third. The IET event consisted of a networking... read more...
Posted by Deborah-Claire McKenzie on IET Mersey & Western Cheshire Jun 26, 2014 8:55 GMT
Mersey & Western Cheshire Network recently held a Recognition Evening on 20 March 2014 which was hosted by Barry Brooks , IET President.  The event recognised those members who had been recently registered for CEng, IEng and EngTech, plus recent election to Fellow and also those members who had either recently moved into the Network area or... read more...
Posted by Deborah-Claire McKenzie on IET Mersey & Western Cheshire Apr 3, 2014 9:31 GMT

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All the interviews are now available to view from the Recognition Evening!
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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.

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