The Institution of Mechanical Engineers will be holding a seminar this April at the Argyll Ruane Engineering Training Centre, Sheffield that will bring together the UK industrial clusters from regions such as Humber, Tees Valley, Wales, Scotland and Solent.
Here you will be able to find out more about the lessons learned and technological advances from these clusters and how they can be used to accelerate decarbonisation in wider industries.
This is a great opportunity to;
✅ Learn about the variety of ongoing opportunities in decarbonisation
✅ Network within this engineering community and discover opportunities for the UK supply chain which will be at the forefront of engineering activity throughout the journey to Net-Zero
✅ Gain a broad appreciation of current decarbonisation projects and the challenges they face
✅ Participate in one of our very popular roundtables
✅ Take the opportunity to join a site visit of the Translational Energy Research Centre (TERC)
Our Director Chris Mellows is a member of IMechE’s Education & Skills Strategy Board and a Technical Committee member of IMechE’s Process Industries Division and will be hosting one of the roundtables that specifically addresses the skills and resource requirements faced by the UK for such projects. We will discuss how the IMechE, industry and UK government can support the challenges facing the future workforce efforts of those involved in the decarbonisation of the industrial clusters.
Details for booking your place and full breakdown of the day’s programme can be viewed here: https://lnkd.in/eW663B86
See you there!