Our very own Dr Jo Douglas-Harris has received the Isabel Hardwich Medal from the Women’s Engineering Society for her outstanding and sustained contribution to the Women’s Engineering Society over a number of years and gone above and beyond the call of duty.
Huge thanks to Julie Harrison for arranging the August visit and to Moira Shaftoe for the October one where many leaders of our local colleges also attended (pictured).
Everyone who attended were stunned by the cutting edge research and the great work to help decarbonise our industry. In addition the Materials Processing Institute truly give back to the community in a number of ways with annual art projects (one featured) and even have their own green area with orchard for the visiting deers!
Huge thanks also to Alan Scholes who is not only the Chief Technology Officer but an absolute font of knowledge and enthusiasm for all that they do.
Whether you’re just starting out, upskilling, adapting to the rapid pace of technology change or looking to develop (or pivot) your career – career-long learning is an important tool in getting results.
In this session we speak with those with first-hand knowledge of the challenge and benefits of keeping your professional talents honed all through your working life.
We have a wide range of excellent speaks including Jill Nicolls the Head of Construction & Built Environment, Transport & Logistics for the Institute for Apprenticeships and Technical Education.
Book for free at https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/in-it-together-career-long-learning-tickets-731763242557