IET and EA members can now access each other’s facilities in Australia, the UK and around the world.
In August 2013, we signed a 'Heads of Terms' with Engineers Australia (EA), agreeing to working more closely together for the benefit of our 250,000 members, the engineering profession and the wider public.
For many years members and staff of our two institutions have worked together on events and activities, and over recent years we have recognised the increasingly multidisciplinary and international nature of the engineering profession.
A small team of IET and EA staff and volunteers have been working together to ensure that members can access each other’s facilities in Australia, the UK and around the world, free of charge.
We are delighted to confirm that IET and EA members can now access each other’s facilities, free of charge, in the following locations:
|China||Beijing (China Merchants Tower)||Meeting room||IET|
|China||Hong Kong (Cosco Tower, Central)||Limited members’ facilities with internet access||IET|
|India||Bangalore (Raheja Towers)||Meeting room||IET|
|UK||London (One Birdcage Walk during refurbishment of Savoy Place)||Members' lounge, business centre and library||IET|
|UK||Birmingham (Austin Court)||Small business centre with PCs, printers, free wifi, tea and coffee||IET|
|UK||Glasgow (Teacher Building)||Small business reception with laptops, printer, free wifi, tea and coffee||IET|