IET events this October

Take part in cracking competitions, learn some new skills and even see Back to the Future’s iconic car given an electric makeover. 

Throughout October the IET is hosting a selection of courses focusing on both technical specialisms and soft skills including management, assertiveness and finance.

For something a bit more fun there’s also a chance for you to take part in a pub quiz or the renowned Great Egg Race competition. One highlight of the month has to be Belfast’s event based around the transformation of the iconic DeLorean car into a fully electric vehicle by a team of academics and students at Queens University Belfast.

Held on the 2015 date that Marty travels to in the Back to the Future movies, the fully transformed electric DeLorean will be on show with the project manager on hand to explain the specific technological challenges with the conversion project.

Below are some of our highlights for the month, but be sure to check out the full IET events listings to find out about everything taking place near you.

06 October, Introduction to TRIZ, Birmingham, course
06 October, The Great Egg Race competition, Southampton, competition
06 October, Your future career – an IET Young Professionals meeting, Bath, seminar
07 October, Robotics in extreme environments, Birmingham, seminar
08 October, IET Young Professionals pub quiz, Belfast, social event
14 October, Routes to registration, Coventry, workshop
14 October, Lifeskills – the art of being assertive, Huddersfield, workshop
20 October, Lifeskills – an introduction to management, Bridgwater, workshop
20-22 October, Finance and accounting, London, course
21 October, National Grid Control Centre, Wokingham, technical visit
21 October, Electric vehicles…Back to the Future, Belfast, lecture
24 October, Marshalls Aerospace, Cambridge, technical visit
28-29 October, Power networks, Birmingham, course
30 October, Present Around the World heat, Barcelona, competition

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