Young Engineers Awards 2017 will recognise and reward the innovation,
competence, and finesse of graduate engineers, whilst showcasing and
championing small, medium, and large employers, who are truly committed to
developing and advocating young talent.
Angela Reid, Director at TUV SUD Wallace Whittle, who came top in 2016, said “We believe it is essential to invest in our young engineers and proactively assist in their professional development, this allows us to create and retain high quality engineering staff.
This type of support also builds confidence in our young people and helps then better understand the industry through working closely with senior mentors. It is important that we recognise this to help encourage new talent into the industry and provide attractive career options.
The deadline for entries for both
graduates and employers is 1 August 2017. More information on the awards,
prizes and how to enter can be found here.
The Young Engineers Awards 2017 will once again be held at the Institution of Mechanical Engineers (IMechE) on 12 October 2017. Kindly sponsored by Andrews Water Heaters, CIBSE Patrons, Swegon Air Management, and Kingspan, and supported by IMechE and ASHRAE.