Share what’s on your mind through this series of interactive webcasts for members of the IET.
As a member of the IET, your opinions on the activities and direction of the Institution count.
With close to 160,000 members spread across 127 countries, it can sometimes be a challenge to connect in person.
As a result, the Institution is now running a series of interactive webcasts, called MyVoice.
No matter which corner of the globe you are in, MyVoice provides an avenue for you to share what’s on your mind as a member of the IET – and get a response in real-time.
Tuesday, 24 June 2014
Does the engineering profession suffer from a lack of strong female engineering role models? Do young girls understand what engineers really do? What can we do to inspire more girls to want to become engineers?
On 24 June, Chi Onwurah MP, IET Fellow and Chartered Engineer, joined a panel of female engineers to discuss the issues faced by women in engineering in 2014.
The panel included Margaret Graham, an electrical/electronic and radio frequency engineer, Victoria Martin, finalist at the IET Young Woman Engineer of the Year Awards 2013, and Leah Ridgway, engineering lecturer at the University of Nottingham.
Monday, 24 March 2014
Volunteers play an incredibly important role in the IET. In this MyVoice webcast, a panel of our fantastic volunteers, including IET President Barry Brooks, Rebecca Broadbent, Suzanne Flynn and Rhys Phillips, share their own volunteering experiences, and also discuss volunteering ideas, issues and opportunities with the audience.
Thursday, 3 October 2013
The IET is working to engineer a better world. It’s a big vision – and we can only hope to achieve it with the guidance, expertise and energy of our members. In this webcast, IET Chief Executive Nigel Fine, President 2012/13 Andy Hopper and President 2013/14 Barry Brooks are joined by members from around the world to discuss the activities and direction of the Institution. Hosted by Kate Bellingham.
Thursday, 20 June 2013
What is it like to be a woman in the engineering profession? Do young girls see engineering as an attractive career path? What about women returning to work after a career break? Past and present winners of the IET’s Young Woman Engineer of the Year awards come together to discuss the issues faced by female engineers in 2013.
Monday, 3 September 2012
Mike Short, Andy Hopper and Nigel Fine take questions and feedback on the IET Strategy for the 21st Century, with a focus on the new 10 year strategy that will take us forward to our 150th anniversary in 2021. Members can view the latest documents on the IET Strategy for the 21st Century via our strategy webpage.
Tuesday, 17 July 2012
An interactive discussion on how engineers are getting London fit for the Olympics. Featuring IET President Dr Mike Short, UK Power Networks’ Brian Stratton and Philips Lighting UK’s Mike Simpson.
Friday, 27 April 2012
The Information and Communications Sector’s key topics and latest news, featuring panel members Naomi Climer, Will Stewart and Simon Yarwood.
Tuesday, 6 March 2012
IET Director of Policy Dr Tony Whitehead and Policy Panel Chairs Prof Phil Blythe and Dr David Evans discuss the IET’s policy work.
Friday, 9 December 2011
IET President Dr Mike Short and Chief Executive Nigel Fine speak about their latest news and take questions from members on a variety of topics.