The IHE will be attending exhibitions and conferences during the Autumn and will be holding individual one-to-one surgeries for any aspiring technician or engineer seeking EngTech, IEng or CEng registration.
The IHE will form part of a new apprenticeship/skills zone at this year’s free-to-attend Highways SIB (Seeing is Believing) event.
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Members from the Kent and South East London area are invited to attend an early evening session with IHE senior officers and council members on 18 October 2016.
The Membership and Qualifications Committee will be asked to approve a revised set of application documents for those seeking IEng and CEng.
Following the issue of a revised application process for Engineering Technician (EngTech) applicants, IHE held its first workshop this month.
Richard Hayes, CEO, was amongst a series of presenters at an event organised by the National Highways Academy and Highways Magazine where the crucial issue of skills in highways was discussed.