Energy Institute Centenary Celebrations

University of Hull sign

16 April 2015, 4pm

Lindsey Suite, Staff House, University of Hull


The University of Hull is pleased to jointly host the Energy Institute (EI) Centenary Roadshow, in celebration of 100 years of the EI.

Members and non-members of the EI are invited to celebrate the Centenary, with CEO Louise Kingham OBE FEI making the keynote speech.

The event will include short presentations to celebrate the Centenary and to look forward to the future of the energy industry in the Humber region.

The theme is to inform energy industry professionals of the benefits of membership, promote the Young Professionals Network (YPN) and give advice to those seeking a career in the industry.

There will be opportunities to speak with members of staff and the local Humber branch throughout the evening on how the EI can support you in your professional development.

In addition to hosting a celebration in Hull, the EI roadshow is visiting Cardiff, Newcastle University, Hong Kong, Leicester, Aberdeen, Dubai, Malaysia and Kuala Lumpur. For further information about the EI Centenary Celebrations, visit the EI website.

Register to attend

The event is free. If you would like to attend, please complete the online registration form.

Programme

16.00 – Registration, Networking, EI Membership 1-2-1 surgeries and refreshments

17.00 – Welcome from branch Chairman
John Kersey MEI

17.10 – Keynote Speech
CEO Energy Institute Louise Kingham OBE FEI

17.30 – Young Professionals Network: an opportunity
Andy Hadland, Founder, Energy Institute London YPN

18.00 – The Energy Matrix
Gareth Parkes MEI, Knowledge Manager, Energy Institute

18.30 – Employment Workshop Tips for the current employment market
Sarah Taylor, Recruitment Manager, OSL Consulting

19.00 – Centenary drinks reception

20.00 – Close of event

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