Women in Engineering: Creating a more diverse and inclusive workforce
June 22, 2018 - Birmingham UK


Phone: 01438765650

Take part in a day of debate, discussion and practical workshops to gain best-practice guidance and take a closer look at how to inspire, attract, recruit and retain more women in your organisation. You will take away robust solutions to help you recruit and retain more women engineers year on year, share ideas with other recruiters and managers that you can incorporate into your organisation and hear what leading companies are doing to increase the number of women in engineering. Attend and gain new insight into Tackling unconscious bias at every level Engaging with schools, colleges and universities to encourage girls to see engineering as a credible career for themselves Creating recruitment strategies which target women coming out of education Practical ideas for bridging the pay gap at entry and board level How you can become an employer of choice for women Speakers and workshop leaders include Sally Austin, Group HR Director, Costain Group David Barwell, Chief Executive, United Kingdom and Ireland, AECOM Abu Bundu-Kamara, Global Diversity and Inclusion Leader, Boeing Allison Johnstone, Training and Development Manager, Equate Scotland Gareth Jones, Engineering and Technology Director, Defence Aerospace, Rolls Royce Flight Lieutenant Tracey Lewis, Engineering Trade Advisor, Royal Air Force Alice Mallen, Head of HR Rotary and Mission Systems UK, Lockheed Martin Elizabeth Quintana, Head of Satellite Industry Engagement, Ofcom Kate Whelan, Lead Systems Performance Engineer, Transport for London

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