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Routes to Fellowship, webinar 5

Event organised by ICE

Date
08 December 2021
Time
13:00 - 14:00 GMT
Location
Online ,
United Kingdom

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Overview

Keith Jones, Director ICE Wales Cymru, Emma Antrobus, Regional Director ICE North West and Dr Kiran Tota-Maharaj Reader in Civil and Environmental Engineering (Water and Environmental Engineering) at Aston University Birmingham will talk about the necessary attributes and qualifications for becoming a Fellow of ICE.

Attendees are encouraged to ask questions at the end of the presentation.

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Speakers

Keith Jones

Keith Jones

ICE Wales Cymru

regional director

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Keith Jones

Keith is a Chartered Civil Engineer, Chartered Environmentalist and Fellow of ICE. He has been in post since May 2008, prior to this he was Operational Manager Highways at the Vale of Glamorgan Council, responsible for all highway maintenance operations including management of the DSO contracting unit as well as Environmental Manager for the Council.

Keith was in Local Government from 1967 to 2008 holding a range of posts involving engineering, highways, infrastructure and drainage. Former Chairman of the County Surveyors Society Wales Engineering Committee and member of the UK Roads Board, advising Government on Highways issues.

He is a member of the Cross Party Groups on STEMM and Construction and Industrial Liaison Boards at Cardiff University and Swansea University.

Emma Antrobus

Emma Antrobus

ICE North West

regional director

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Emma Antrobus

Emma has been the North West Director of ICE since July 2018, overseeing the activity and budgeting for more than 6500 members in the region. ICE has more than 93,000 members across the world in all sectors of engineering including transport, housing, development, energy and water.

Having done a business with manufacturing degree, Emma has spent most of her career working with and supporting businesses in all sectors towards improvement and change, with a focus on the engagement with and understanding of policy focusing on infrastructure projects including rebuilding Manchester city centre following the 1996 bomb, Northern Hub and HS2.

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