Fashion Enthusiasts, Future Of Cost Engineering And More...

Every month the Engenuity Blog will be providing a digest of just a small representation of the events that you can attend in the next few weeks.

This month we have picked out three events that can provide you with the knowledge to help you within your career.



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Perhaps you’re someone associated in developing an engineering project. We have an upcoming lecture where you will discover the future challenges and opportunities associated with these projects.
 
Event: Future of Cost Engineering
Date: 15 November 2017
Location: IET London: Savoy Place
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Alternatively, maybe you’re a fashion or technology geek. We have an upcoming wearable technology lecture taking place on the eve of 22 November.
 
Get involved in our social media competition by sending your best pic/video/boomerang on Twitter or Facebook to #ilovewearabletech and we will re-tweet the best ones! Plus, our favourite entry will win an awesome wearable tech prize %u270C%uFE0F

Event: TechStyle: The World of Wearables
Date: 22 November 2017
Location: IET London: Savoy Place
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Saving the best to last (no bias), we have an all-day Power, Electronics, Machines and Drives seminar, where attendees will attempt to broaden their knowledge of creating test rigs for research and development work, or for the end of line production test in a production environment.

Event: Challenging Test Rigs for Power, Electronics, Motors and Drives
Date: 29 November 2017
Location: IET Birmingham: Austin Court
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Perhaps none of the above events take your fancy. Don't worry, we've got so many more that may be more your thing.

How do I find the right event for me?
We have over 60 technical engineering communities where you can access all the upcoming events happening around the world in that specialist area.

How do I find events near me?
We have over 120 local engineering communities where you can access all the upcoming events happening in your local area.


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1. Register for a free account with MyIET.
2. Click here and enter your log-in details you used to create an account with MyIET.
3. Navigate to the technical and local engineering communities that are right for you.
Posted by Carl Resch on Nov 1, 2017 11:24 AM Europe/London

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