Communications Competition 2017, Belfast

20 March, 2017 | 18:00 - 20:00

Venue address:

Arup
Bedford House
16-22 Bedford Street
Belfast BT2 7FD
United Kingdom
Last year, Amey won Northern Ireland’s regional heat.
Last year, Amey won Northern Ireland’s regional heat.

About this event

Competitors must use their interpersonal skills as they present a civil engineering project at a mock public consultation meeting. They will need to win over the judges and audience as they deliver their presentation and face questions on how the project will affect a local community.

Four teams will participate in the regional heat, where they will choose a scenario, produce a consultation strategy and public information leaflet, and make a presentation. The winning team will receive a prize of £250 and progress to the semi-final.

Audience participation is encouraged in the competition; to support the teams please register your attendance through the online booking system.

Full details of the competition rules, requirements and scenarios can be found on the Communications Competition webpage.

Contact

To enter this year's competition, contact:

Lilly McKibbin
e: lilly.mckibbin@ice.org.uk

The deadline for application forms is 17 February 2017.

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