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The number of people being recognised as professional, capable civil engineering technicians and members of the Institution of Civil Engineers has increased dramatically over the last 5 years.
The ICE is an independent professional association and a charitable body. It aims to support the civil engineering profession, in part, by liaising directly with industry. Following on from the recent successful Technician Tea Breaks, the local Kent & East Sussex branch of the ICE would like to continue to meet with the growing body of technician members.
By establishing this link with local technicians, we can gather together online to discuss ways in which we can help ourselves, each other and the ICE to provide ongoing learning and experience in the wide world of civil engineering.
During the session at each of these meetings, we would like to spend a short time discussing a theme. This month’s suggested theme will be ‘working practices; have they changed and is this good or bad? We would also welcome any suggestions for topics for discussion at future online tea breaks
This event is for the benefit of Technician Members (EngTech MICE/FICE) and technicians interested in becoming members who live and/or work in the Kent and East Sussex area. To ensure there is a good opportunity for people to interact with each other we have limited the number of places available. We look forward to meeting with you virtually on Tuesday 23 June 2020.
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