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Volunteer Update

More information on the latest edition of Volunteer Update.

News, information and ideas for IET volunteers

Volunteer Update provides you with the latest information to enhance your role as an active IET volunteer and is published via email, direct to your inbox every quarter.

These quarterly emails are supported by web-based content which will create a searchable archive of news which can be referred back to over time.


Current edition

May 2015

This edition includes the following articles:

  • Engineer a Better World 2015 campaign
  • Engineering Education Grant Scheme
  • What can you give back to the Engineering Community?
  • The Value of Ethics
  • Important Update on Volunteer Policies

Past editions

February 2015

This edition includes the following articles:
  • New Achievement Medal for volunteers
  • Enhance your CPD record with volunteering
  • Updated Equality and Diversity Policy
  • The IET lives its values
  • Ones to Watch

November 2014

This edition includes the following articles:

  • Working to engineer a better world
  • Governance fit for the future
  • Updated expense policy for volunteers
  • Secure your space in the new Savoy Place
  • Online training for our volunteers
  • Be a part of shaping the IET

September 2014

This edition includes the following articles:

  • UK campaign to boost female engineers
  • Diamond Scholars stay engaged
  • Keeping yourself and the IET safe and secure
  • LN volunteers take control
  • Young members come together to shape the IET
  • Keeping volunteers up-to-date

May 2014

This edition includes the following articles:

  • You tell us things are on the up
  • Security now a part of UK-SPEC
  • Working together to increase membership awareness
  • Protect our data – and yourself
  • The Value of Volunteering: Inspiring Future Engineers


Additional articles

From time to time, we'll publish additional articles that are not included in Volunteer Update but we think may be of interest to our volunteers.


Don’t forget that you can also join the conversation with your fellow volunteers by becoming part of our IET Volunteer Community on MyCommunity.