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Women in engineering – an engineer’s perspective

Frankie Laugier – Davies MSc CIWFM Account Manager at Pareto FM I’ve worked in the FM sector for just over seven years. I graduated from St Andrews University and then went into an FM Apprenticeship in 2012. Since that point ...

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BESA launches Outstanding Woman in Building Engineer Services award

The Building Engineering Services Association (BESA) is supporting the campaign to attract more women into engineering professions by launching an award to mark the centenary of the Women’s Engineering Society (WES). BESA believes engineering professions in general – and building ...

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Konecranes Demag UK partners with WES

Konecranes Demag UK Ltd has become a partner of the Women’s Engineering Society (WES) Lifting equipment manufacturer and service provider, Konecranes Demag UK Limited, has reaffirmed its commitment to providing equal employment opportunities by entering into partnership with the WES. ...

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MP brands government engineering funding scheme “not fit for purpose”

Sheffield Heeley MP Meg Munn has criticised the government’s Employer Ownership Fund (EOF) which was launched on 12 June 2014 to increase the supply of engineers, to encourage more women into the sector and to address engineering skills shortages in ...

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