Share what’s on your mind through this series of interactive webcasts for members of the IET.

MyVoice logo on white background 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.


Latest webcast

Working to engineer a better world

Thursday, 2 October 2014

The IET is working to engineer a better world. Our vision is to inspire, inform and influence the global engineering community, supporting technology innovation to meet the needs of society. 

To achieve all of this, we need our members' input and help. This webcast was an opportunity for members to tell us what they think of our work so far, and also provide their ideas for future activities.

Our panel included our Chief Executive, Nigel Fine, President for 2013/14, Barry Brooks, and President for 2014/15, William Webb. Hosted by Kate Bellingham.  


Other recent MyVoice webcasts

Women in engineering

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.

Volunteering: time to make a difference

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.