Engineers Ireland is your trusted partner to help you learn, adapt and grow. Find out more about a number of free webinars for members which will take place from 25 - 27 January.
Driving the Future Forward – Introducing the 22000 DMU Hybrid Train to Ireland - Tuesday, 25 January at 12pm
This presentation hosted by the Railways Group will examine introduction of the 22000 DMU Hybrid Train to Ireland. Stephen Fitzgerald, ICR Project Engineer with Irish Rail will discuss the efforts been taken to reduce carbon emission in the public transportation sector by 45% by 2030, with the conversion of purely diesel trains to a new hybrid system to help achieve this target. Whilst buying hybrid trains maybe an easier option, it did not make for a strong business case. Therefore, converting the existing diesel trains to a Hybrid system would achieve the goal but a much larger undertaking. Please note this event will not be recorded. Book now.
DMURS and its implementation in Covid-related Active Travel Projects - Tuesday, 25 January at 7pm
In this webinar, hosted by the Midland region, Seán McGrath discusses the Design Manual for Urban Roads and Streets and its implementation in Covid-related Active Travel Projects. Sean McGrath is Senior Engineer in the Traffic and Road Safety Section of Dun Laoghaire Rathdown County Council. He was a member of the Project team that prepared the Design Manual for Urban Roads and Streets which was published jointly by the Department of Transport, Tourism and Sport and the Department of Environment, Community and Local Government in 2013. Register now.
Essential Skills Insights Series - The Secret to Unleashing Inspirational Leadership - Thursday, 27 January at 10am
We look forward to our first session of the year in our Essential Skills Insights Series. Taking place on 27 January, this webinar presented by Jay Chopra, is for anyone looking to better understand innovation and its importance as a tool for developing creativity within teams and organisations.
More specifically it will look at the tools used to unleash your team’s imagination, the importance of specific creative behaviours to unleash innovation in your team, the basics of how to build an innovation ecosystem in your organisation, the use of Idea evaluation tools and how to align your team behind a common definition of innovation. Book your complimentary place now.
EU Drinking Water Directive - Thursday, 27 January at 1pm
The additional objective of the Drinking Water Directive is to improve access to water intended for human consumption. In this presentation Donal Cronin, Policy Adviser with the Water Division of the Department of Housing, Local Government & Heritage will examine the changes required under the recast Directive to ensure a continued supply of high-quality drinking water and the new requirements placed on Members Stated by the Directive. Register now.
Thames Tideway – Project Progress - Thursday, 27 January 2022 at 6:30pm
In this event, Colin Murphy, Engineering Manager for Tideway, will provide an overview of the Thames Tideway Tunnel. This tunnel is 25 km long and 65 m below ground, making it the largest water infrastructure project ever undertaken in the UK. It will clean up one of London’s River Thames, protecting it for generations to come and improving the quality of life for Londoners. This presentation will provide an update on project progress, project innovations and the experience of delivering major infrastructure in a global capital during a pandemic. Please note this is a hybrid event and registration is also required in order to attend in person at ICE London. Register now.
Engineering National Development: Engineering for Sustainable Mobility – Thursday 27 January 2022 at 6pm
In this session of the West region’s Engineering National Development CPD series, Dr Brian Caulfied, Centre for Transport Research, Trinity College Dublin, will outline the environmental impacts of transport and methods to reduce carbon impacts of transport; Andreas Nikiforiadis, Centre for Research and Technology Hellas will present on a pilot bike sharing scheme in Thessaloniki; and Sébastien Marrec will discuss the Ville de Paris cycling policies and projects. Each speaker will have approximately 20-25 minutes to present and then there will be a Q&A session with the participants. Register now.
For a full list of forthcoming CPD and Sector events, visit: https://www.engineersireland.ie/Professionals/Events