The Devon & Cornwall Branch of the Institute of Mechanical Engineers are really excited to launch back into Cornwall





The Devon and Cornwall Area Committee has ambitious plans to expand its activities across the region. Join us for the Technical Lecture and Networking Event with FREE Hot Buffet and Cream Teas. Please book your FREE tickets at the following link; http://nearyou.imeche.org/near-you/UK/Western/Devon---Cornwall/events/event-detail?id=12038

The Institution of Mechanical Engineers (IMechE) would like to invite you to the re-launch of out Cornwall branch. The committee seeks to bring together aspiring, developing, and experienced engineers, and members of the general public to promote the benefits and achievements of the engineering profession. At present, the committee is based in Plymouth, but we have ambitious plans to expand our reach across the region. As such, on 1st June we are re launching the Cornwall branch of the committee.
To mark the occasion, we have organised an event at the Alverton Hotel to provide an exciting networking opportunity with FREE pasties and cream teas with an insightful and exciting presentation from Robert Backus of Bristows Group 'State of the Art Search and Rescue'.

We hope that this will capture people’s imagination and inspire them to support the activities of the IMechE by joining our committee. This FREE event is open to members, non-member and the general public.

The newly formed Cornwall branch will organise a wide portfolio of events and activities, most of which will be open to the general public and free to attend. These will include evening lectures for general interest; technical visits to local engineering firms; social and professional networking events; engineering competitions; and mentoring opportunities for local students and professional engineers.

In addition, the committee will engage with local schools to support the teaching of Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) subjects and offer careers advice to young students.

 

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