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Thank you for visiting the IET Scotland South West Network Community.  The Scotland South West Committee is keen to reflect the interests of all members in the area and welcomes your input. Whether you would like to comment on our activities, suggest new events, or perhaps become actively involved yourself, please come along to any of our events or contact us for more information.



2016-17 Chair Welcome

Welcome to the 2016/17 programme of events.  I am pleased that during this year the SW committee continues to bring high quality engineering related presentations to the SW area of Scotland.

594f78670923c9a7d8b2bca3fa9def2d-huge-huThe presentational programme will look to engage a broad selection of topics from traditional topics around the electrical, electronic, power and energy industries, through to more modern and emerging topics in these fields.  CPD and professional development topics will continue as well throughout the year. 

I hope you enjoy the programme and feel free to engage with the committee members with ideas or even come along and join us on the committee.  If interested, Please contact me.

Hugo Gallagher
B.Eng, B.Eng(Hons) PgDip, MSc C.Eng MIET
2016/2017 IET Scotland South West Network Chairman
Programme Leader for Electrical Power Engineering abd Mechanical & power Plant Systems at Glasgow Caledonian University
Managing Director of A-1 Technical Training, Logis-Tech Associates, Glasgow


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IET Scotland Annual Dinner 2017

21st April 2017 19.00 for 19.30
George Hotel, Edinburgh

More details to follow


Upcoming Events


There is also an exhibition, which features artworks and technological interactives, is the outcome of a collaboration between Kilmarnock Engineering & Science Society, Bellsbank Primary School, Doon Academy, the Dark Skies Observatory and local engineer Mark Klimek.   read more...
Posted by Lynsay Callaghan on IET Scotland South West Network Sep 5, 2016 2:11 PM BST


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