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Local IET group promoting Engineering and Technology in Sussex. We have a wide and varied events programme, and active involvement in schools and local businesses. The IET Sussex committee meets several times a year and would be interested to hear from you if you'd like to get involved.

For information on the Retired Chartered Engineers Association in Sussex, including their program of events, talks, visits and other activities see http://www.rceasussex.org.uk/.

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Welcome to IET Sussex!
 
266bf20fbec4bdd45d913d29d7d4c4cb-huge-seWe are the local network of the IET, organising events and seminars and promoting engineering in schools and businesses across the county.

To get involved, you might like to come along to one of our events. We have a wide variety of lectures throughout the year, all free of charge, and you don't need to be an IET member to attend.

You might also consider signing up to this online network. Here you can network with other engineers in Sussex, discuss recent lectures, and get access to an archive of slidedecks. You can sign-up online today.

If you have any questions on the group, please contact our secretary Sathish at sussexsecretary@theiet.org.

Introduce Yourself!
Introduce yourself to IET members across Sussex on our forum. Share your background with other engineers, and see the variety of disciplines and industries that are represented. This is a great way to get to know some of the other people in our community.

Visit the forum today and say hello!

 
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Who are the Volunteers behind the scenes?
 
Look at a list of the schools activities that are provided by your local network.
 
Find out about the Outstanding Contribution Award that is given by your local network.

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Most people find it difficult to embrace change, and engineers volunteering to help run a local network are no exception. However, the world is changing around us and we need to run just to keep up. On the other hand, there are some things associated with the Sussex Local Network that we don’t want to change, at least for the time being, because they work ... read more...
Posted by David James on IET Sussex Network Sep 26, 2017 8:06 pm BST

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