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Partner News Magazine

Through Partner News we aim to inspire new ways of getting involved with the engineering and technology community and the IET. It is also intended to provide information about the institution which can be used to help grow membership and to increase professional standards in engineering.

IET headlines

REME awards engineers behind the Army’s busiest unit

The IET's Kayleigh Winter and Mark Organ with representatives from the KRH LAD.

Presented annually for continued excellence in engineering and support to operations worldwide, 2015’s REME Best First Line Unit Award went to the King’s Royal Hussars Light Aid Detachment (KRH LAD).

New agreements support professional development in the Royal Navy

Chief Naval Engineering Officer, Vice Admiral Simon Lister with IET Vice President Dr David Evans.

The Royal Navy recently amended its two special registration agreements with the IET in order to improve inclusivity across the ranks.

Academic headlines

Students showcase pioneering projects.

Jack Scammell with his Etch-a-Sketch

Engineering students showcase innovative projects at the University of South Wales.

Teacher confidence STEMs from student support

Student Engineers and teachers that took part.

New research from the University of the West of England (UWE) in Bristol has shown that pairing student engineers and teachers could help improve the teaching of STEM subjects in schools.

Business headlines

BBC re-ignites their partnership with the IET

Naomi Climer and Mathew Postgate at the BBC signing

On Monday 19 October, the BBC hosted a Partnership agreement re-signing ceremony with the IET.

Great return on investment for Finmeccanica-Selex ES

Graduates taking part in one of the programmes.

Finmeccanica-Selex ES is the first UK-wide company to achieve the Investors in Young People (IIYP) award, recently launched by Investors in People Scotland.