IET events this May

Want to improve your project management skills, become a better negotiator or make a big impact with your CV? Then check out one of the Lifeskills events being held across the UK this May.

There are always a wide variety of IET events on offer, including lectures and technical visits, however May is jam-packed with Lifeskills events – perfect for up and coming engineers. These workshops are aimed at helping you hone your softer skills, so definitely worth checking out.

Interesting lectures take a look at fracking and future energy issues, as well as looking at career options: such as the event focusing on permanent versus freelance opportunities.

The end of May is also the deadline to apply for the IET’s Achievement and Apprentice and Technician of the Year Awards, so don’t leave it too late to enter!

You can take a look at the full listings, but below are a few of our highlights for the month…

03 May, Visit to the Hong Kong International Airport Air Traffic Control Complex, Hong Kong, technical visit
06 May, Lifeskills: project management, Stafford, seminar
07 May, IET Leadership Seminar 2014, Liverpool, seminar
07 May, Manchester Metropolitan University Technical Tour, Manchester, technical visit
07 May, GKN Aerospace, Bristol, technical visit
13 May, Professional registration workshop, Loughborough, seminar
13 May, Lifeskills: managing change, Southampton, workshop
14 May, Lifeskills: making an impact with your CV, London, workshop
15 May, University/Industry Challenge, Coventry, competition
19 May, Lifeskills: effective negotiation, Guildford, workshop
20 May, UK fracking: managing the risks, Warrington, seminar
20 May, Permanent to freelance - challenge, opportunity or last resort?, London, lecture
20 May, Powering the future, how different will it be?, Brighton, lecture
21 May, Where can a career in engineering take you?, Bristol, lecture

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