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Present Around The World 2018

Competition

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Present Around The World 2018 for Berkshire Local Network

Date and Time

31 May 2018 - 18:00-20:30

Location

Reading, United Kingdom - icon_popup  (See map)

Organiser

Organised by the UK - Thames&Chiltern:Berkshire local network. Contact robscarr55@gmail.com for more information.


About this event

Present Around The World (PATW) is the IET’s presentation competition for students, recent graduates, apprentices and young professionals aged 18 to 30. Competitors are asked to give a presentation for 10 minutes on a subject related to engineering and technology, and to answer questions for a further five minutes. The event is mainly to judge presentation skills although the topic should be appropriate to the intended audience of students and young professionals. The prizes are £150 for the winner and £100 for the runner-up.  The winner will also qualify for the later stages of the worldwide competition, which offer greater prize money and the opportunity to travel.

Programme

18:00 refreshments
18:30 start
20:30 end

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