Professional Registration and Employability Event

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Careers & education
17 January 2018 13:30 - 16:00
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Description

Throughout the constantly evolving work of mechanical engineers, one institution has been at the heart of the world’s most important and dynamic industries since its formation in 1847. Today, working hard to support our 111,000 members, the Institution of Mechanical Engineers is the market leader among professional engineering bodies. It is a go-ahead organisation with global reach that truly represents and reflects the profession: encouraging professional registration and long-term career development. 

As a global community of mechanical engineers represented in over 120 countries, the Institution is the largest network of mechanical engineering knowledge, skill and opportunity in the world. By equipping engineers with the right skills, knowledge and experience to help them develop, we contribute to strengthening the world’s leading companies. 

We encourage high profile education initiatives, which inspire the next generation to work in engineering, and get 

engineers featured in the global media and heard by government.

Main Speakers:

Mr Simon Turner Senior Project Engineer with SC Group (formally Supacat)

SC Group design and manufacture specialist equipment including vehicles for the defence and emergency service markets and were the selected developers of the new Shannon Lifeboat Launch and Recovery system for the RNLI.

Mr Jon Parsons Systems Design Integration Manager at Rolls-Royce plc

Jon is a fellow of the Institute of Mechanical Engineers. He graduated from Loughborough University in Aeronautical Engineering Design and completed a Master’s Degree in Design Systems in Production at University of Warwick. Jon is currently the line manager to a team of engineers in the future programmes office. Jon has had several RollsRoyce Civil and Defence sector roles including, Manager of Instrumentation Standards; IT and Improvement Manager; JSF eBusiness Programme Manager; and PLM Collaboration work-stream Lead. He has led several methods improvement initiatives such as Set-Based Design, Emergent Design, Re-enforced 3D Stereoscopic Visualisation, High Performance Computing and Digital Twins.


Mr Alan King IMechE Business Development Manager Thameswey, South Wales and Western

Alan has a background in Engineering and Business. A significant part of his current role is to maintain and develop key relationships with engineering employers and universities, promoting and providing guidance on routes to professional registration.


 

Speaker(s)

Main Speakers. Mr Simon Turner SC Group (formerly Supercat) Mr Jon Parsons Rolls-Royce Mr Alan King IMechE

Address

Room 004
Harrison Building
University of Exeter
North Park Road
Exeter
EX4 4QF
United Kingdom

Contact Details

Chris Smith
01392 263652
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