The above one-day IFE Eastern Region Conference took place on Wednesday 13th September 2017 at the Imperial War Museum, Duxford. The delegates who attended the Conference listened to the interesting and enthusiastic speakers were who are all passionate within their field of work.
Tomorrow’s Engineers Week returns for the fifth year between 6-10 November 2017.
The week is all about celebrating engineers – sharing stories, experiences and inspiring a new generation of engineers.
To find out how you can get involved visit Tomorrow’s Engineers Week.
You can also follow them on Twitter and explore #TEWeek17 to be a part of the discussion.
Carrying out regular CPD is recommended for all IFE members; however those who are also registered with the Engineering Council (EngC) are obliged to undertake CPD as part of the registration agreement. From January 2017, in accordance with The Engineering Council’s Registration Code of Practice, Professional Engineering Institutions (PEIs) including the IFE have been required to implement random CPD sampling and this was carried out for the first time earlier this year.
The process of the 2018 random CPD sampling will shortly begin and those selected will be contacted in early December so if you are a registered CEng, IEng or EngTech we would suggest that you ensure that you CPD record is up to date.
A new online Members’ Portal is coming very soon enhancing the existing ‘MyIFE’ area and making it easier for members to renew and view membership details.
The current MyIFE area will be expanded to include options to pay for memberships, registrations and other fees online, provide instant access for members to view their membership details as well as offer the ability to view and update contact information. Members will also be able to amend their contact preferences via the portal.
The introduction of the new Members’ Portal will provide a self-service system ensuring members are easily able to access important information that is often required. Phase One implementation will take place later this year with Phase Two following, which will continue to include the function to apply for certain types of membership online.
The Modderfontein Golf Course was in a great condition and the players really enjoyed this beautiful course.
The IFE held its Annual Charity Golf Tournament at Modderfontein Golf Club, on 1 September. The 2017 IFE Golf Tournament was a huge success! The weather was perfect and the golf course was in spectacular condition.
Tournament participants enjoyed a variety of competitions in addition to 18 holes of play. Activities included a putting green competition presented by the IFE where participants attempted to putt a ball through a hole from approximately 3 meters away, using a sprinkler hose with a putting head. We also had the longest drive competition which was won by F. Dos Santos and the closest to pin which was won by Charles Thiongo.
Inter-Professionals Networking Event – Wed 23rd August
Earlier in August, the London Branch attended the Inter-Professionals Networking Event in London.
The event was attended by over 120 persons and sponsored by 10 professional bodies. The event was an excellent opportunity to showcase the IFE and other professional bodies who may be represented at design meetings within the built environment consultancy sector.
Date: 18 October 2017
Time: 14.00hrs (Registration opens at 13.30hrs)
Venue: University of Central Lancashire (Lecture Theatre to be confirmed)
Area Manager Adrian Murphy of West Sussex Fire and Rescue Service is giving a presentation entitled ‘The Shoreham Air Disaster’.
Adrian Murphy is currently responsible for strategic risk and innovation programmes within West Sussex FRS, and will be speaking on the Shoreham Air Disaster at the NFCCs 2017 Command and Control Conference in Leeds on the 25th and 26th September.