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Naomi Mitchison - Winner

IET Young Woman Engineer of the Year Award


Webinar featuring Marie Adeyemi

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Inspiring The Next Generation: Talk From GoldiBlox Founder Debbie Sterling

Debbie Stirling


From: The IET Women's Network, 24 September 2014, London

2014-09-24 00:00:00.0 News Channel

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Celebrating Women Engineers
4th August 2014 marks the 100th anniversary of the start of Britain's involvement of WW1

Take a look at the online version of our wallchart illustrating how women played a significant part in WW1 as engineers and how the IET and the Women's Engineering Society continue to support women in engineering today.


CMI Diplomas in Leadership and Management


The IET has joined with the Chartered Management Institute (CMI) to provide courses to IET Members who have achieved professional registration. These qualifications allows professionally registered members to gain exemption from some of the modules to achieve a recognised management qualification.

Visit the IET/CMI page for more information.


Women's Network Newsletters

Keep up-to-date with IET activity and industry news with our monthly newsletters!

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We have produced a series of videos that provide tips on building confidence and assertiveness, in addition to information on unconscious bias and stereotype threat.

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Most Recent Blog Posts

Welcome to our new campaign to share best practice for organisations making sure recruitment and retention is helping them to attract more women engineers. Only 6% of the engineers in the UK are women, which means that engineering companies are not accessing half of their potential talent pool. Given the impending skills crisis in engineering and ... read more...
Posted by Jo Foster on The IET Women's Network Feb 24, 2015 11:43 GMT
Find out more about the latest winner of the IET Young Woman Engineer of the Year award and what she hopes to achieve as an engineering ambassador. read more...
Posted by Jo Foster on The IET Women's Network Feb 12, 2015 4:41 GMT

Women's Network - Recent Discussions Posts

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    Nick Winser, an IET Trustee is coming to Coventry on 11th. March, representing the Tustees and the President. He is also a director of National Grid - so just up the road for him.   There a session for Members at 6:30 for 7:00pm at...
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    Welcome to our new campaign to share best practice for organisations making sure recruitment and retention is helping them to attract more women engineers.

    Only 6% of the engineers in the UK are women, which means that engineering co...
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    Hi Jo ,
    as a member of The Institute of Enginiering and Technology I would like to have the opportunity to be a part of the judging panel of the Cranfield FeRN Annual Lecture  - **Judging Opportunity**.

    Best regards
    Grazyna Whapsho...

Women's Network - Recent Group Activity

Opportunities That Make a Difference

Inspiring the Future launched the national Inspiring Women Campaign at an event hosted by Miriam González Durántez, Partner, Dechert and wife of Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg with girls from 11 state secondary schools in London talking about careers with 10 high profile women - including Mumsnet founder Carrie Longton, broadcaster Fiona Bruce and EasyJet CEO Carolyn McCall.

The Inspiring Women Campaign will see 15,000 women from a wide range of occupations going into state schools over the next year, talking to 250,000 young women. 
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Woman on top of the world: the M&S leading lady who helped build the Shard.

M&S’s latest leading lady is also a structural engineer who helped build the Shard. Roma Agrawal talks to Susannah Butter about being a role model and why London needs more high rises. Visit roma
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Community Information

Welcome to the IET Women's Network Community!

The IET Women's Network is an initiative, set up in order to engage with under-represented groups within engineering and technology and support them throughout their career.

This platform will enable you to maintain a central point of professional contact with like-minded individuals, share stories, information, contribute to discussions as well as create them. 


Role models

The IET has interviewed a number of inspirational women in engineering and technology,
in order to highlight their achievements and show their routes into
academia and industry.
If you would like to join the increasing list of inspirational female role models please email

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The IET Women's Network aims to provide you with a means of support to help you throughout your career and help you achieve your aspirations.

View the IET Women's website

Professional Registration
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IET Advantage
IET Advantage is a three step membership programme, which offers exceptional value to early career engineers who are determined to achieve more.
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Professional Registration Interview

Professional Registration Interview
Sarah Farmer

The Professional Review Interview (PRI) film is a tutorial for Professional Engineers seeking Incorporated Engineer (IEng) and Chartered Engineer (CEng) registration. It will also be very useful for IET members involved in registration as Advisers, Interviewers, Mentors or Industry Representatives

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