WES Annual Conference: Continuing Professional Development
Taking place on 22 April 2016 in London the Women’s Engineering Society annual conference focuses this year on Professional Development. Whether you are already a professionally registered engineer or technician, or whether this is an ambition for the future, this conference will give an update and an overview of CPD, why it is important, and what is new in terms of overarching competencies including health and safety at work, risk, ethics, inclusivity, work/life balance, mentoring, and skills development.
Further details here www.wes.org.uk/conference2016
The WES conference is followed on 23 April by ‘Women Engineers in the Great War and After’ taking place at the Dana Centre in London. This is a free public engagement event but registration is required. https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/women-engineers-in-the-great-war-and-after-tickets-21553429889.
Travel bursaries are available.
Dawn Bonfield CEng, FICE, FIMMM, FWES
Women’s Engineering Society (WES)
Michael Faraday House
Six Hills Way, Stevenage
Herts, SG1 2AY
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