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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.

 

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  • Fellow Networking Event - Mind the Gap

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    4 th December, Royal College of GPs, 30 Euston Square, London

    A discussion on the UK and Worldwide gender and general skills gap in engineering/technology and our role in tackling this as IET Fellows 

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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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Hello, One of the Senior Lecturers at the University of Huddersfield has advised that she is in the process of finalising the programme of events for the period January - May 2015 and has asked if we have any female members that would like to get involved. The intention is to organise three events at the University of Huddersfield, Leeds and... read more...
Posted by Jo Foster on The IET Women's Network Oct 22, 2014 9:57 GMT
4 th December, Royal College of GPs, 30 Euston Square, London   A discussion on the UK and Worldwide gender and general skills gap in engineering/technology and our role in tackling this as IET Fellows.   Kindly note, you do not have to be fellow of the IET to attend this event. However, If you are interested in Fellowship, then this may be a... read more...
Posted by Jo Foster on The IET Women's Network Oct 20, 2014 1:48 GMT

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    I came across this article today that gives 6 tips on how to retain female IT talent.  Do you think that these tips work?  Can you provide any insight from your own experience?  Is there anything that you think could be ad...
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    Hi Lisa, I am Jo Walsh, I became chartered in April of this year.  Ihave a BEng(Hons) awarded in 1999, but the requirement is now aMasters.  I have done a Post Graduate Diploma in Engineeringto boost my qualification and demonstrate fur...
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    Hi Lisa,  yes this is entirely possible, a lot will depend on the engineering knowledge and experience you have built up since you started and what your training has been.

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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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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.

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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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