24th April 2015 - 25th April 2015
Women in Engineering Forum this Friday at the NEC – all welcome!
Not to be missed, the Women in Engineering Forum at the National Engineering & Construction Forum is a fantastic event to connect with your peers, share your experiences and hear about exciting new opportunities within the industry.
Award-winning engineers Lucy Ackland and Chloe Agg will give inspirational presentations followed by an informal lunch to which all are invited!
Supported by WES and the IET, the forum is taking place in the Pavilion, the NEC, Birmingham, from 11:45 to 13:45. Places are limited and will be allocated on a first-come-first-served basis so arrive early to avoid disappointment!
For further information and to get your ticket for the exhibition visit https://www.engineerjobs.co.uk/engineering-exhibitions/spring-exhibition-2015
We look forward to seeing lots of you there!
The two day exhibition is free to attend with hundreds of exciting job opportunities from leading global recruiters, a full seminar programme, careers advice lounge, a CV and interview clinic, an engineering challenge for budding engineers and a professional development hub.
The exhibition also features a Women in Engineering Forum on Friday 24 April which offers women at all stages of their career the chance to share experiences, make new contacts, and discuss the wide range of career paths the engineering industry has to offer. The forum will begin with presentations from two inspirational female engineers, followed by an informal lunch allowing visitors to chat to the speakers and a host of engineering professionals.
The forum is free to attend and places are reserved on a first come, first served basis so arrive early to avoid disappointment!
For more information about the exhibition and to register for your free ticket, please visit engineerjobs.co.uk.