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Get Connected - WES Annual Conference 2017

Get Connected - WES Annual Conference 2017

The WES Annual Conference, Get connected: Empowering women and enriching careers will take place at University College London (UCL) from 9:30am - 5pm on Friday 12 May, 2017.

This year’s theme is all about enriching careers through connection and planning. We will explore ways for taking charge of your career and planning for the future, and empowering yourself and others. 

By taking part in ‘Get connected’ you will be joining other professional women from throughout the breadth of engineering. Whether you are experienced or early-stage career you will have the chance to meet with, and inspire others. A full programme will follow shortly, but confirmed sessions include: 

  • Confidence and communication
  • Flexible working: Knowing your rights
  • What are Returnships, and are they for me?
  • Registration and Chartership
  • Lifelong learning in the engineering profession
  • Preparing for Leadership
  • Recruitment
  • Networking groups - Panel discussion
  • Supporting early-stage engineers
  • Knowing when to move on
  • Speed-mentoring Q&A for early-career women

In addition, delegates will have the opportunity to attend their choice of two interactive workshops:

  • Getting the best out of the mentoring relationship
  • Future-focussed career development

Further details and Registration HERE

COSTS*

  • WES Members: £75
  • WES Member concessions: £50
  • Non-WES Members: £100
  • Non-WES Member Concessions: £75

Concessions are available for students and non-earners.

(*Note that a small ticketing cost will be added to each ticket by Eventbrite.)

Why Not Join WES?

WES Membership is open to men and women and costs £52 per year for a full member or as little as £10 for a student member. Further details here.

This event is kindly supported by:

UCL Centre for Engineering Education.

Queries and sponsorship requests can by directed to Benjamin Palmer at events@wes.org.uk.

 

Proposed sessions should be presented with topical content in an accessible way for an informed general engineering or technical audience. The focus should be on the relevance to women in engineering

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