Young Engineer Training Programme (YEP)
- A mentored technical competency framework program consistent with ICorr professional standards in support of preparing graduates entry into the industry with a broad range of topics to include; materials, cathodic protection, welding, coating, fire protection, presentation skills….
- The course will run from January with 8 evening technical discussions given by specialist in each field. The Engineers will be given a mentor and a Case Study to complete which is complex and carried out in groups. The group’s solution to the problem given to them is then presented back to a panel of industry experts at one of the ICorr meetings normally November of that year.
- The winning group will be awarded a prize which is related to the learning process.
- This is stepping stone into the industry and is the first stage in achieving MICorr and CEng status
The training program is run every other year in London and open to other branches of ICorr.
To find out more please contact George Winning firstname.lastname@example.org
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