Professional registration can enhance you career prospects by recognising your skills and experience and demonstrating your commitment to professionalism. These professional qualifications are peer assessed and internationally recognised. The IET is licensed by the Engineering Council to assess applicants and award the following titles CEng IEng EngTech and ICTTech.
This lecture will discuss the impacts of the ageing infrastructure on the economy and the environment and will present a case study on how state-of-the-art technology such as digital twins integrated with real-time monitoring system could be exploited to address the shortcomings of current practice.
This course provides a comprehensive guide to the fundamentals of electrical safety and a systematic set of principles for assessing and managing electrical safety relevant to any business sector and country.
Due to the ready availability of UAVs or drones protecting our airports is becoming increasingly problematic.
A rise in the misuse of drones may not only lead to an increase in anti-social behaviour and disruptive behaviour but an increase in personal injury breaches of national security and the potential for loss of life.
This workshop will present an overview of emerging automation technologies and allow attendees to identify and discuss implications for Manufacturing and Supply Chains in respect of opportunities skill requirements and business strategies.
We are entering the age where environmental concerns are driving the strategic decisions that will determine the future of public and individual transport needs. HydroFlex offers one possibility for future rail travel.
This 4 hour course is designed to support individuals who are ready to write their application for professional registration or those who are coaching an applicant on their written evidence to become professionally registered through the IET.