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Coventry & Warwickshire Network is one of the most active local networks. We host sections for Younger and Retired Members, Manufacturing Network, Automotive Network, IT Network and STEM. There is also the Midlands Power Group.
Please join our LinkedIn group.
We very actively support STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths) in schools. Please visit the STEM Learning website to help promote the excitement of STEM to school pupils.
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Latest News

Please welcome Orla Murphy as our incoming Chair. We look forward to welcoming you to our AGM. Also please download our programme of events.

We are now organising speakers to go into schools to make interesting presentation related to their work. We would welcome more volunteers. We ask for just one or two in-school presentations each year at dates mutually agreed with the school. Please contact Derrick Willer if you would like to know more.

Please Join our community - to stay up to date with events and activities - thanks - Orla Murphy (Chair)

Our Professional Registration Advisors (PRAs) are available to help candiates for C.Eng and I.Eng,
 
For Specialist Programmes across the Midlands please see Midlands Automotive Network, Midlands IT Network, Midlands Power Group, Midlands Manufacturing Group

In-School Activities

We have a number of speakers and activities for school pupils. These are free for schools to utilise and we reimburse speakers expenses. If there are children in your familiy please get them and their teachers to look at our activity list at https://communities.theiet.org/communities/files/31/11440 and/or to contact Derrick Willer. During 2016-17 we engaged with some 12000 school pupils at fairs and in-school activities.

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Contact Derrick Willer, Hon. Sec.  dwiller@theiet.org

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Indian Queen and Ship Inn
Several committee Members and guests arrived early at the Boat Inn at Stoke Bruern. Early so as to avoid traffic delays at and perhaps try some local some bru-ha-ha. At noon we boarded the Indian Queen to enjoy a trip through the Blisworth Tunnel with the ship’s captain and our narrator. The Grand Union Canal was built in the late 1700’s but stopped either ... read more...
Posted by Derrick Willer on IET Coventry and Warwickshire Network Jul 10, 2018 6:02 pm BST

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