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The South Yorkshire Network organises a programme of technical meetings, visits, colloquia, learned society and social events to meet the needs of the Institution members residing within, or close to, its boundary. These activities are normally open to members of other professional bodies and the general public.

About the Network

The South Yorkshire Network provides a local face of the IET through a main committee of active volunteers with support from full time IET staff. We have an active YP committee who, together with the main committee, plan and deliver our events programme.

Also covering parts of North Nottinghamshire and North East Derbyshire, the Network serves the following major centres: Sheffield, Rotherham, Mexborough, Doncaster, Barnsley, Worksop, Retford, Chesterfield, The Hope Valley and Bakewell.
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IET First Lego League - Volunteers Needed
The IET South Yorkshire Network are looking for volunteers to help inspire the next generation of engineers and technicians.  See here for further details.

Comment from the SYN Community Administrator February 2018
All community members are welcome to use the facility for posting comments, ideas & suggestions, and may also join other IET Communities in which they have an interest.

The Spring 2018 edition of the Yorkshire & Humber Newsletter is now available, however, due to the sad loss of the YHRN Newsletter Editor this edition is currently only available on-line as a PDF version which can be accessed on the link on the right of this page. It contains events from February 2018  to September 2018.

Please click on the below link to access the flipbook version of the newsletter.

The next South Yorkshire events, shown in the Newsletter, are currently being finalised and will be published on this website, together with registration instructions where necessary, as soon as the necessary details are confirmed.

Would you ike to meet your local network, and learn about how you can get involved?
If so, then why not come along to our members welcome event on 12th March 2018, where several of your local network committee will be hosting a social networking evening, offering information about how you can get the most out of your local network, a brief overview of professional registration and free pizza!
Places are limited, and registration is necessary.

We look forward to meeting you there! 
More information and regisration for the event can be found here: 

Could you spare a day to inspire and encourage the next generation of Engineers?
The Engineering Extravagansa (STEM) event held at AMRC, near Brinsworth on November 7th was a successful event and thanks are extended to all volunteer helpers who contributed .
A similar day is scheduled for March 2018 (date to be confirmed) and volunteer helpers will again be required.
If you can spare the time and would be willing to assist, please contact Andrew Ellwood (IET SYLN Schools Liaison Officer) by email at:
No prior experience is required. It helps if you are a STEM ambassador; but don’t worry if you aren’t – it’s possible to arrange a 2-hour basic training to suit.

As always - If you have any suggested topics you would like us to consider, or events you would like to see included in our programme, please contact Brian Heathcote at - or any committee member

The Young Professionals Committee for the South Yorkshire Local Network continues to develop a comprehensive programme of events aimed at YP members of the Network



Upcoming events


Please Note - Our local Joint PEI Committee has recently been further strengthened by the inclusion of the IChemE and (pending committee agreement) the IStructE in the near future. Our local Joint PEI/STEM committee which also has the IOM3 on it makes it possible to further strengthen our STEM outreach going forward. For further information, this ... read more...
Posted by Alan Chater on IET South Yorkshire Network Feb 27, 2018 2:30 pm GMT


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