Engineers Ireland is your trusted partner to help you learn, adapt and grow. Find out more about free webinars taking place for members this week. 

Site Visit to Blueacre Technology - Laser Precision Engineering for the Medical Device Sector – Tuesday 17 May at 10:00am 

Hosted by the North East region, this site visit will show the processes and technology used by Blueacre Technology in delivering precision engineering components to medical devices and other industries.  The Dundalk based company is a leader in precision manufacturing for the medical device and advanced industries. To register for this free site visit please visit:  

Human Factors in Railway Systems – Tuesday 17 May at 6:30pm 

Join the IET and the Roads and Transportation society for a free presentation on the Human Factors in Railway System, delivered Nora Balfe from Irish Rail. In her presentation, Nora give some background on the human factors discipline, some key principles, and the benefits of applying a human factors approach. Her talk will describe the broad scope of human factors applications, and how Irish Rail are integrating human factors into projects at the design stage to engineer the best possible solutions for the end users. More information on this free event can be found here:  

Northern Region AGM & Site Visit to Terex Powerscreen on Tuesday 17 May from 3:30pm 

Members in the Northern region are invited to register their place on a site visit to Terex Powerscreen’s Dungannon factory on Tuesday, 17 May 2022 at 3:30pm. Following the site visit the AGM of the Northern region will take place at The Junction, Dungannon. Booking is essential for this event. To register for these free events, visit: 

West Region AGM on Tuesday 17 May at 7:00pm 

Members are invited to the West region’s AGM (online). Tune in to hear the Chairperson provide a review of the year, elect the new committee and discuss plans for the coming year. If you are interested in attending this meeting, please visit: 

Frontline Bikes: Making Change in the Community & AGM of the Roads and Transportation society – Wednesday 18 May at 12:00pm 

In this webinar, Stuart Fraser, CEO of Frontline Make Change, will discuss Frontline Bikes, a bike shop in Inchicore, Dublin 8. This social enterprise mission train and upskill people in the community who have struggled with addiction. All their bikes are used, renovated, and upcycled. In his presentation Stuart will outline the work of Frontline Bikes in the community and present his views on the need to promote connected conversations in relation to roads and transportation projects, to incorporate social change and community development in the drive to achieve climate action and environmental targets. This event will open with the AGM of the Roads and Transportation society, where Roy O’Connor will provide an overview of the past year and a new committee will be elected. Register for this free event here:  

South East Region AGM on Thursday, 19 May at 6:30pm

The South East region AGM will take place on Thursday, 19 May at Whitford House Hotel, New Line Road, Wexford. Join the Committee to hear the Chairperson’s review of the year, elect the new committee and discuss plans for the coming year. Also joining the region at this event is Engineers Ireland's President, Professor Orla Feely who will give an abridged version of her Presidential Address This in person event gives members in the region a great opportunity to meet and network with each other. To register your place at this event, please visit:  

PMO Mobilisation and Implementation on Thursday, 19 May at 8:00am 

Join the Project Management society for a breakfast webinar where Michael Quille from EY Ireland discusses mobilising and implementing a winning PMO. Drawing on his experience from a career in both the public and private sectors, Michael will give a PMO overview before sharing some interesting case studies and some key learnings for attendees. To register for this free event, please visit:  

Academic Society AGM on Thursday, 19 May at 4:30pm 

All members are invited to attend the AGM of the Academic society, to hear the Chairpersons review of the year, elect the new committee for 2022-2023 and discuss plans for the coming year. To register for this meeting, please visit: 

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