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Lifeskills - IET Graduate Advantage Scheme


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Support for graduate engineers to gain professional registration

Date and Time

19 March 2014 - 18:00-20:00


Sheffield S1 3JD, United Kingdom - icon_popup  (See map)


Organised by the Yorkshire South local network.

About this event

Speaker - Keith Richardson of the IET
"Graduate Advantage" is a new IET membership programme  designed to help engineering graduates make a smooth transition from university to employment. It is the first part of the 3 stage Advantage programme which supports recently graduated engineers, and those about to graduate, throughout the development process to achieving professional registration (Chartered Engineer, Incorporated Engineer)
The IET Graduate Advantage membership package offers tailored services and products specifically designed to help engineering graduates build key competences and find their first job.
Hear first hand how you can join the Advantage programme to help you get the career you really want.


18:00  Check-in & refreshments
18:30  Workshop commences
20:00  Workshop ends

Reasons to attend

Learn how the IET can assist recently graduated engineers, and those about to graduate, to gain professional registration

Additional information

The workshop will be held in Room E132, Mappin Building
There is a limit of 30 places at this event
Pre-registration is essential


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