To celebrate International Women in Engineering Day on 23rd June, Alicia from The Engineers Ireland STEPS team will be chatting with Victoria, a Structural Engineer with ARUP.
Having lived and worked in Ireland, Canada, the US and Hong Kong, Victoria has experience working on a wide variety of projects ranging from iconic transport buildings, stadia and high-rise developments, to seismic upgrades and unique pavilions.
Watch our chat with Victoria to find out what is engineering, what a career in engineering is really like and why Victoria loves her job!
From our Women in Engineering series, free screenings for Engineers Week and a short animation on how cement is made, we have a whole range of videos and documentaries that will help give children an insight into the world of engineering. Scroll down to view all videos.
Four female engineers talk about their role models and influences.
The STEPS Young Engineers Award competition encourages 3rd and 4th class pupils and their teachers to explore the world of engineering by developing an engineering project that would help improve their local community.
Host a free screening of the Dream Big: Engineering Our World movie during Engineers Week
ESB Education Hub provides lesson plans and safety tips for teachers to educate and raise awareness about electricity for children.
Cement might seem like a very simple material, a little boring even, after all it is just grey powder! Well you probably didn't realise that making cement actually requires a team of highly trained engineers.
Check out Engineers Week on RTÉ Swipe TV. What’s up Wednesday delved into the world of 3D printing with Engineers Ireland Roseanne O’Leary and Ben Cranks during Engineers Week 2016