Liquid Air Working Group launched
02 October 2012
A liquid air working group comprising engineers, academics, civil servants and industry leaders was launched at the Institution on 2 October, attracting attention from the national media. The working group will look into the potential applications of promising liquid air technology and produce a white paper report next year.
For more information on the liquid air group, go to: www.liquidair.org.uk
For more information on liquid air energy storage go to www.highview-power.com or read the Institution's electricity storage policy statement: www.imeche.org/knowledge/policy/energy/policy/ElectricityStoragePolicyStatement.
Date: 25 April 2013 - 27 November 2013
Event Type: 217 day TPD Training
With 450 corporate and 87,000 individual members, the Chartered Management Institute is the only professional body in the UK dedicated to promoting the highest standards of management and leadership
Location: London and home study
Performance management 25 April 2013
Resource Management 28 June 2013
Financial Control 18 September 2013
Project management 28 November 2013
Fee: £2,295 + VAT
CMI’s chartered status is the Government stamp of approval, unique in their sector and your guarantee of the integrity and quality of their advice and portfolio of services.
Achieving the Diploma in Management and Leadership will not only boost your performance but can enhance career prospects and can be used as a springboard towards further management development.
This programme is especially tailored to take into account your status as CEng and fast-track you to a management qualification.
On completion of the programme, and after a 360 degree exercise and panel interview, candidates can gain recognition as a Chartered Manager. For full details visit the CMI website at www.managers.org.uk/cmgr
DETAILS OF THE PROGRAMME:
• Four compulsory one-day workshops at IMechE
• Four modules of self study
• Completion of an assessment learning log for each module
• A work related project of 5000 words
• An external assignment of 2500-3000 words
• A work based assignment of around 3000 words
• Full access to KnowledgeDirect, the CMI’s comprehensive online resource offering a wide range of practical professional resources for the duration of the programme
All participants must already be qualified Chartered Engineers.
Participants embarking on the Diploma in Management and Leadership for Chartered Engineers should have some current management experience and wish to expand their management potential and business knowledge. Also, participants need to be capable of undergoing a programme of study at this level.
Date: 29 May 2013
Event Type: 1 day Seminar
Research findings of the initial studies in response to the AAIB recommendations will be disseminated. It is aimed to share this knowledge with those working in aviation and related industries to advance towards a safer future in aviation.
Date: 29 May 2013
Event Type: Lecture
Captain Eric ‘Winkle’ Brown served in the Royal Navy as an Officer and test pilot; he holds the world records for the most aircraft types flown (478 in total) and the most aircraft carrier landings, 2407.
This lecture is free to attend and open to all. Refreshments will be served from 17.15hrs and the lecture will start at 18.00hrs.
Date: 03 June 2013 - 04 June 2013 | Sold Out
Event Type: 2 day TPD Training
Ricardo is a global world-class multi-industry consultancy for engineering, technology, innovation and strategy. Renowned for delivering world class projects, including the design and development of the BMW K1600 motorcycle engine and assembly of the McLaren MP4-12C car engine. Ricardo’s engineers will share their expertise and latest thinking at the IMechE HQ.
Why attend this course:
This two day course is ideal for anyone who wants a thorough understanding of diesel and gasoline internal combustion engine technology. Both diesel and gasoline engines are constantly being developed to produce more power with less fuel, yet meet strict emission standards.
By attending this course you will learn how an engine is taken from the concept stage through to the design and development phase, as well as becoming informed about the latest engine technologies and future trends.
Date: 04 June 2013
Event Type: 1 day Seminar
The demonstration that risks have been reduced to be 'As Low As Reasonably Practicable' is a legal requirement in all safety cases. Our speakers are all experienced in the development and presentation of ALARP cases. Their industrial experience includes nuclear, oil and gas, chemical, rail and defence. In addition, our speakers from Academia will present current knowledge on analytical methods and the quantification of benefits to society from effective risk management.