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  • Jan
    20
    Course
    Preparing for a Virtual Interview

    With more and more interviews being conducted virtually it can be hard to know what you need to do to stand out in a competitive market. How do you build rapport and make small talk? How should you sit, dress, gesture or share examples? This practical 45-minute webinar helps you to prepare information to share in a virtual-friendly format, present yourself effectively and build a connection with the interviewer. Please log in to the session at least 5 minutes prior to the course start time.

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    Online Free
  • Jan
    20
    Online
    Routes to Professional Registration

    The evening will cover in detail the requirements for professional registration, mainly concentrating on CEng and IEng. The process will be explained and it will be shown that the form filling is not as daunting as some people may think. The second part of the evening will give ideas on how to compile and produce the 'evidence of competence', focusing on the need for all to keep records. At the close of the formal talks there will be an opportunity for individuals to raise questions. The evening is suitable for all who have started on the path to obtain professional engineering qualifications. Those who have graduated in the last one or two years will find it beneficial to attend and get an early feel of what is required. It is not possible to discuss your individual case on this public session; however you can contact an IET Professional Registration Advisor (PRA) via the IET website https://pra.theiet.org/search-advisor, who will be able to assist you.

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    Webinar Free
  • Jan
    20
    Online
    Heat Pump Choices

    Heat pumps and saving energy in a domestic environment are frequently in the media. This webinar will help homeowners understand how heat pumps work, how they are designed and installed and why they are a good option for improving energy efficiency. We will also investigate alternative low carbon heating options and some new technology which will be followed by a Q&A with the audience. Our speaker, Warren Pope, will look at what heat pumps are available and how they work. He will also consider if heat pumps are the only option and answer some common "is it true?" questions. Warren Pope is the Retrofit Project Manager with RetrofitWorks Ltd seeking to design and implement an energy efficient retrofit programme in Cambridgeshire. This is part of the Eastern New Energy research collaboration which aims to roll out the retrofit project using industry leading tools to analyse the regional housing stock, build a locally led cooperative membership and support the local region in meeting carbon emission targets. Warren is an ESOS Lead Assessor for buildings, processes and transport with extensive experience in the built environment, including technology consultancy for the selection of renewable technology, energy management and retrofit.

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    Cambridge Free
  • Jan
    20
    Online
    Technical Engineering Support to Morecambe Bay NHS Trust

    Developing and gaining approval for a novel PPE system in 20 weeks

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    Online Free
  • Jan
    21
    Course
    Starting out in Coaching - live e-class

    Coaching is undoubtedly the quickest and most cost effective method of developing staff members.

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    Webinar
  • Jan
    21
    Online
    Supporting the Growth of Renewable Energy in South East Asia with Artificial Intelligence and Big Data Analytics hosted by IET Singapore Network

    Supporting the Growth of Renewable Energy in South East Asia with Artificial Intelligence and Big Data Analytics hosted by IET Singapore Network

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    Singapore Free
  • Jan
    24
    Course
    Generations, millennials 'live' e-class

    This practical session focuses not just on millennials, but on the traits, characteristics and differences between each of the different generations found in the workplace from the ‘Baby Boomers’ to ‘Gen-Y’.

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    Webinar
  • Jan
    24
    Course
    TRIZ - Fundamental Problem Solving - Online Learning

    TRIZ (the Theory of Inventive Problem Solving) was created by engineers, for engineers. TRIZ is a proven process for solving problems, generating new ideas and developing systems quickly, cheaply and inventively.

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    Online
  • Jan
    24
    Online
    Introduction to Railway Signalling

    This session is suitable both for people with no previous experience of railway signalling, and for those who have experience but want to examine why they do what they do.

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    Webinar Free
  • Jan
    24
    Lecture
    Postponed The Pipe Organ - Art, Science, Craft and Technology

    This talk will look inside 'the King of Instruments' from an engineer's point of view, revealing some of the fascinating facts and explaining how it works.

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    Malvern Free
  • Jan
    25
    Lecture
    The Hope for Hydrogen

    The IET Northern Ireland Local Network, in collaboration with the EPSRC-funded eFutures’ Network+, based at Queen’s University, Belfast, invites you to a morning online session exploring the potential promise of hydrogen in shaping a more sustainable society.

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    Webinar Free
  • Jan
    25
    Online
    The IET South Australia and Northern Territory Network Annual General Meeting

    The IET South Australia and Northern Territory Network Annual General Meeting

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    Adelaide SA, Australia Free
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