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COVID-19 (Coronavirus) update - To maintain the safety of our members, volunteers, staff and everyone we work with, we have taken the decision to cancel or postpone all IET in-person events for the foreseeable future. However, we have a huge range of virtual events that we would be delighted to welcome you to – please see our event listing below or visit our webinar hub for more information. If you have any queries, please contact events@theiet.org or view the more detailed statement on the IET

  • Jan
    25
    Online
    Avoiding Catastrophic Switchgear Failure Using Internal Arc Rated Equipment

    The presentation follows a series of electrical safety presentations from the IET South Yorkshire Local Network. Following on from our Arc Flash management of in-service equipment presentation by Mike Frain, this presentation focuses on moving the issue further up the safety hierarchy by managing safety risks out of MV/HV switchgear at the design stage.

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    Webinar Free
  • Jan
    26
    Online
    Nobody saw it coming - the rise and rise of the camera phone

    This webinar will examine the extraordinary rise and rise of the camera-phone, from the Sharp J-SH04 in 2000, to today’s one-hundred plus megapixel, 4K HD video recording, multi-camera, offerings.

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    Ipswich Free
  • Jan
    27
    Online
    Sponsored Mobile Deployable Communications Conference 2021

    SMi Group’s Mobile Deployable Communications conference will take place virtually for its fourteenth year on 27 – 28 January 2021.

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    Webinar
  • Jan
    27
    Online
    Back to Basics: Risk and Opportunities

    The webinar is aimed at discussing the principles of addressing Risk and Opportunity rather than a detailed technical explanation of the processes and mathematics of Risk Management.

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    Webinar Free
  • Jan
    27
    Online
    Entries open Energy Recovery in Steam System

    As increasing emphasis and scrutiny is placed on the environmental impact of our actions, it is now clearer than ever that we all have a responsibility to do all we can to minimise the negative effects we are having on the world around us. Whether it is through Government mandated legislation, Global Group led KPI's, local initiatives or a simply a personal commitment to change, pressure is at an all time high to reduce our carbon emissions and utility usage. This webinar will introduce various technologies used within modern steam systems to recover traditionally wasted energy energy and help meet steam plants' sustainability targets.

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    Online Free
  • Jan
    27
    Online
    Routes to Professional Registration

    The event 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. 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 also 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
    28
    Online
    With the UK’s ambitions to lead in achieving ‘net zero’ greenhouse gas emissions by 2050, is ‘decarbonisation’ enough?

    A talk with Q&A given by Euring Professor Ian Arbon MSc, MBA, CEng, CEnv, FIMechE, FASME, FEI, FInstR, FIES

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    n/a Free
  • Jan
    29
    Online
    HVDC Voltage Source Converter (VSC) Technology

    This is the second part of a series of lectures which started in 2020. The lecture will cover HVAC and VSC HVDC renewable energy transmission, VSC HVDC study engineering, factory testing, site testing, commissioning, energization, trial operation and warranty period. In addition, it will provide an economic comparison between HVAC and VSC HVDC technologies. A worldwide reference list of VSC HVDC applications will be presented.

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    Webinar Free
  • Feb
    03
    Online
    Merseyside and West Cheshire, Joint Event with The IET Internet of Things (IoT) Technical Network.

    For the NHS, the IoT could present big benefits for the patient care by enabling hospitals to track and monitor patients from the moment they arrive at the hospital

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    Liverpool Free
  • Feb
    03
    Online
    Computing with EDSAC 1949-51

    A description of the EDSAC and how it was programmed and operated in its early years.

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    Webinar Free
  • Feb
    04
    Online
    Space Talks

    Space Talks provides an opportunity for young engineers and students to learn about working in the Scottish space industry by hearing from active employees. Speakers will discuss recent accomplishments at their company, how young engineers have contributed towards these projects and how they play a key role in the wider space industry. Participants are invited to ask questions during the Q&A sessions after each talk. These short talks will be particularly useful for those who would like to learn more about engineering in space and for those considering a career in the Scottish space industry.

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    Microsoft Teams Free
  • Feb
    05
    Online
    Leading and Developing Successful Teams - live e-class

    This interactive e-class aims to provide basic hints and tips on how to lead and develop successful teams.

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    Online course
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