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Get Connected: WES Annual Conference 2017

This year's WES Annual Conference 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.
When May 12, 2017
from 09:30 AM to 05:30 PM
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Come along and 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.

 

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What can you expect?

Connection

  • Network with other women and men from across the engineering sector
  • Connect with other WES members from your area
  • Be inspired by our guest speakers from the engineering and technical sectors

Value

  • Equip yourself with the skills and information you need to take charge of your career
  • Ask questions from the experts
  • Boost your CPD portfolio

Relevance

  • A variety of topics relevant to careers in engineering and technology
  • Sessions for all career levels, from early career to senior leadership

 

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WES Annual Conference 2017

May 12, 2017

University College London

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