AFBE-UK Scotland Infographic

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Check out this infographic highlighting the success of our programmes in Scotland to date and the extract below from a related article on the Evening Express. AFBE-UK Scotland has assisted graduates in gaining employment in the engineering industry just six months after completing their degrees, a survey has revealed. It showed participants of Transition between 2011 and 2016 have benefited from … Read More

AFBE-UK Scotland Seminar Looks to the Future of Wellhead Equipment and Drilling

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AFBE-UK Scotland is to put the spotlight on wellhead equipment and drilling processes in the offshore oil and gas industry. The Aberdeen-based not-for-profit group, which encourages people of all ages and backgrounds to consider a career path in the engineering sector – is to host a seminar that will discuss future innovations in wellhead equipment and drilling. This latest event … Read More

Event to Assist Students into World of Work

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Engineering students in Aberdeen are being invited to attend a careers event held by not-for-profit organisation AFBE-UK Scotland in collaboration with Shell African Network. The Granite City-based group, which promotes engineering as a career choice among young people from various backgrounds and under-represented groups, is running an event to help students develop the necessary skills to progress from university to … Read More

AFBE-UK NextGen Series: Gilcomstoun Primary Aberdeen

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The NextGen programme is an outreach put together by AFBE-UK Scotland to inspire young people of various backgrounds to consider engineering as a career choice. AFBE-UK Scotland has been running a series of NextGen events in primary schools within Aberdeen in 2016 as part of an initiative supported by the Aberdeen City Council. The final event in the series was … Read More

AFBE-UK NextGen Series: Walker Road Primary Aberdeen

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The NextGen programme is an outreach put together by a AFBE-UK Scotland to encourage young people of various backgrounds to consider engineering as a career choice. AFBE-UK Scotland is currently running a series of NextGen events in primary schools within Aberdeen in 2016 as part of an initiative supported by the Aberdeen City Council. The second NextGen event in this series held at Walker Road … Read More

AFBE-UK NextGen Series: Kaimhill Primary Aberdeen

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The NextGen programme is an outreach put together by a AFBE-UK Scotland. The aim is to encourage young people of various backgrounds to consider engineering as a career choice. AFBE-UK Scotland is currently running a series of NextGen events in primary schools within Aberdeen in 2016 as part of an initiative supported by the Aberdeen City Council. The first NextGen event in this series held at Kaimhill … Read More

AFBE-UK Scotland Wins Prestigious IChemE Award!

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AFBE-UK Scotland was handed the Chairman’s Award at the Aberdeen Members Group of the Institution of Chemical Engineers (IChemE) annual awards dinner which held on Thursday, 17th March 2016 at Norwood Hall Hotel. The Chairman’s Award is made to any individual or organisation that has made a notable contribution to the chemical engineering industry or profession. This year’s award was … Read More

AFBE-UK 2015 Report and Newsletter now OUT!

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The 2015 Report and Newsletter is now out. The newsletter includes articles written by our members in London and Scotland with something in it for everyone. Click here to view it. The 2015 newsletter features: – Page 06: AFBE-UK Scotland in 2015 by Dr Ollie Folayan – Page 13: Time to Spread the Word by Yinka Bankole. – Page 09: NextGen … Read More

AFBE-UK 2014 Report and Newsletter now OUT!

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The AFBE-UK 2014 Report and Newsletter can be viewed and downloaded using this link. It contains most of the articles published at the 2014 Gala and a wee bit more from AFBE-UK London. Features include: Page 3: Mentors feedback from Martin Radley Director, ARUP and Chartered Engineer Yinka Bankole on the Mentoring Programme. Page 5: Article by Dr Ollie Folayan … Read More