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What’s on 11 to 17 July

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London

13 July: Mid-career women’s Lean-in group. 8am, One Great George Street, London SW1P 3AA. Contact jemma.ralphs@ice.org.uk

16 July: The Big Debate 2018: Will civil engineers exist in the next 200 years? 6.30pm, One Great George Street, London SW1P 3AA. Contact nalini.solanki@ice.org.uk

South East

11 July: New Engineering Contract, an introduction & overview. 5.30, Trafalgar House, Winchester SO23 9DH.  Book with anne.qualters@ice.org.uk

South West

11 July: Mentor supported training programme – introduction and practical management seminar, Bristol. 10am, Bristol University, Faculty Boardroom, Queen’s Building, University Walk, Bristol BS8 1TR. Click here to book. Contact paul.hunt@ice.org.uk or 0121 237 3648

17 July: Fast-track EngTech MICE workshops, Bristol. 12pm, Bristol Council City Hall, College Green, Bristol BS1 5TR. Click here to book.  Contact paul.hunt@ice.org.uk or 0121 237 3648

Wales

16 July: Introduction to EngTech MICE workshop, Cardiff. 12pm, ICE Wales Cymru, 2nd Floor Cambrian Buildings, Mount Stuart Square, Cardiff CF10 5FL. Click here to book. Contact paul.hunt@ice.org.uk or 0121 237 3648

16 July: Fast-track career appraisal workshops, Cardiff. 3pm, ICE Wales Cymru, 2nd Floor Cambrian Buildings, Mouth Stuart Square, Cardiff CF10 5FL. Click here to book. Contact paul.hunt@ice.org.uk or 0121 237 3648

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