The Channel Islands Group of Professional Engineers is working with external organisations to involve students & professionals with engineering. If you would like to know how you can get involved, please contact the CIGPE committee.
Young Engineers is the UK's biggest and brightest engineering educations charity, involving hundreds of thousands of young people in activities and challenges in school, in after-school clubs and out of school.
Our clubs, challenges, activities and competitions stimulate the enthusiasm of teachers and parents and the students themselves and provide learning experiences that are relevant, challenging and fun. Just like engineering itself!
For more information about the competitions, STEM Challenge Days or how to set up and run a Young Engineers Club, visit the Young Engineers website.
The GTA University Centre is a unique organisation that works with providers of higher education and advanced training to deliver a wide range of courses at its teaching centre in St Peter Port, Guernsey.
Their courses range from two hour seminars on specialist topics such as anti money laundering or personal effectiveness to two year masters degree programmes in Management, HR and Corporate Governance. If you are seeking to develop your career, or a manager planning change within your organisation, visit the GTA website.
The CIGPE committee is delighted to announce the next engineering dinner talk, entitled "When the shaking stops – Short and long term effects of earthquakes". This lecture will be presented by Dr. Alexander Densmore at the Pomme D'Or Hotel, Jersey on Thursday 22nd November 2012.
The States of Jersey Back to Work Team at Social Security are offering an Employment Grant Scheme to potential employers. The scheme is designed to be as flexible as possible as long as the intention of the employer is to offer long term employment and the candidates are drawn from among those who have been looking for work for over a year. It also provides an easy and efficient process which saves on the normal costs associated with employment. Below outlines what the Grant Scheme allows, and how employers can benefit.
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