Professional Women: the public, the private, and the political - Women's History Network Annual Conference 2019
Morrinson Wealth Management, part of St. James's Place Wealth Management, are offering a free 40 minute session on financial education. The topics will be a very high level overview of investments, tax and ISAs. This event is strictly only open to fully paid up WES members.
Fundamentals of IEC 61850 2019 is a training programme providing electrical engineering professionals new to IEC 61850 with a thorough and up-to-date understanding of the standard. The programme consists of 12 modules, providing a combination of speaker-led presentations, group Q&A sessions and practical exercises.
A creative writing workshop led by Hannah Stone exploring the hidden history of women in engineering FREE
This creative writing workshop at the historic Armley Mills in Leeds offers participants the chance to engage with the stories of the extraordinary women who have been involved in engineering since the Victorian era.
The evening will include a presentation which will be given by Dr Anne Nortcliffe SFHEA MInstMC, Founding Head of School of Engineering, Technology and Design at Canterbury Christ Church University and a member of the Women’s Engineering Society.
There will also be a selection of wellbeing activities provided by Lisa-Kay’s Beauty Box, therapeutic treatments given by qualified therapists.
Cost of the event is £15.00 per ticket. This includes 1 x 20-minute treatment, refreshments and an inspirational talk.
Brought to you in association with Equate Scotland in celebration of WES’ centenary, this two day event will take place at Heriot-Watt University, Edinburgh, and features speakers looking at STEM women in the past as well as current practice and the impact future technologies will have. For further information, please contact INWES.
The One Hundredth Annual General Meeting of the Women's Engineering Society will be held at the Copthorne Hotel, Paradise Circus, Paradise Place, Birmingham B3 3HJ on Saturday 19 October 2019 at 14:00 hrs.
Only paid up Members can attend. Please inform Cath Heslop at email@example.com if you are planning to attend.
The event will take place the evening of Wednesday 30 October in central London.
This year we are honoured to have Dr Anne Stevens take the lecture; one of the most prestigious and highest-ranking female engineers in the world.