The Corporate Partner scheme, which currently has around 60 members, was developed to provide mutually beneficial relationships between the Society and organisations who share our ethos of safety, standards and best-practice in operations engineering. Today, we give you 3 reasons why you should partner with us and why our scheme is so unique.
SOE members keen to influence the Society and the wider engineering community are encouraged to apply for one of the positions on the Trustee Board and PSCs.
A sold-out CV Show in Birmingham again proved the sector’s ability to adapt to changing market conditions and remain a vital contributor to the UK economy.
SOE is asking its members to make suggestions for topics for its new webinar series and symposium this autumn.
SOE is one of the 35 Professional Engineering Institutions that contributes to promoting best practice and improving safety standards in the engineering world. In a very fast-paced environment, why is it so important to be part of such an institution today? How can it help you in your career?
Francis Mercer, Business Development Manager at SOE, discusses our new corporate partner scheme.
A sub-committee dealing with sheet metal forming machines met in London at the SOE offices in London between the 26 and 29 March. It welcomed 17 industry experts from Europe and as far afield as America, Canada, Japan and Australia.
At least 20 people are confirmed dead and more than 100 missing after the dam, in the South Eastern Attapeu province, collapsed sending floods through several villages.
After the extremely successful partnership in 2018, SOE has confirmed that it will be partnering with Maintec, the UK’s only exhibition dedicated to maintenance, plant and asset management, which returns on the 30th-31st October 2019 at the NEC, Birmingham.