Road to Chartership

19 April 2021 12pm – 1pm
Online

A joint event by SECC and MAPP. 

  • Do you know how being Chartered could benefit your career?
  • Do you know the process for actually becoming chartered?
  • Do you even know what chartership is?

If the answer to any of these questions is no, then come along to the Student & Early Career Committee event that aims to tell students and early career professionals all about why you should aspire to becoming chartered and how to go about it.

Programme

11.55am - join

12.00pm - welcome & introductions

Presentations by:

Mr Martyn Jones CEng MIMMM

Mr Martyn Jones CEng MIMMM

Chair, SECC, Rolls-Royce plc

Noriko Read

Noriko Read

Head of R&D, IHI Europe Ltd

Sarah Boad CEng CSci FIMMM

Sarah Boad CEng CSci FIMMM

Membership Development Manager, IOM3

1.00pm - Close

 

The Student & Early Career Group represents the views of student, younger and early career members to the Institute's Executive Boards and Advisory Council. We aim to represent the diverse range of members by ensuring Council representatives cover the different disciplines, regions and career pathways of student and early career members.

 

 

MAPP is the EPSRC Future Manufacturing Hub in Manufacture using Advanced Powder Processes. It's vision is to deliver on the promise of powder-based manufacturing to provide low energy, low cost, and low waste high value manufacturing routes and products to secure UK manufacturing productivity and growth.

MAPP'S mission is to work with academic, commercial and innovation partners to drive the research needed to solve many of the fundamental challenges limiting the development and uptake of many powder-based processes.