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Chartership Workshop

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Event change - A joint workshop opportunity to discuss the peer interview stage of the chartership process, and a chance to review your chartership evidence with your respective institution.

Date and Time

22 April 2014 - 15:00-18:00

Location

Aberdeen, United Kingdom - icon_popup  (See map)

Organiser

Joint Event.


About this event

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This great opportunity to discuss your interview stage of the chartership process with your respective institution, IMechE, IChemE, IStructE, IMarest, ICE and IET.

There will be an introduction from SUT+, a subset of the Society for Underwater Technology, followed by a presentation from the Engineering Council. 

Each institute will have its own stand and quiet area, offering you the perfect opportunity to discuss general and chartership programme information on a 1 to 1 basis, as well as a group Q & A sessions.

Programme


15:00 - Arrival
15:15 - Welcome and introduction from SUT+
15:20 - Presentation from the Engineering Council
15:50 - Refreshments
16:00 - Workshops
  • Six Institute stands
  • Quiet Conversation areas with 1 to 1 sessions
  • General Information on charterships
  • Group Q&A sessions

18:00 - Close

Reasons to attend


Any interest in chartership from either of the following institutions that will be represented:

  • IMechE
  • IChemE
  • IStructE
  • IMarEST
  • ICE
  • IET

Cost

Free

Registration information


There are limited places available: please register online.

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