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Bus and coach sector seeks firm government policy as industry makes emissions pledge

The Confederation of Passenger Transport (CPT), has called on the government to firm-up its policy for the PSV sector after it pledged to purchase only ultra-low or zero emission vehicles from 2025.

SOE CPD-approves new CV wheel training course

SOE has approved the CPD of a new CV training course from MWheels, a wheel selection, fitting, maintenance, and compliance specialist.

A family affair at IRTE Skills Challenge 2019

Lothian Bus duo Kyle and Peter Mcleod have become the first brothers to compete in the skills competition for bus and coach technicians.

Engineers on a mission set to be focus of Tomorrow’s Engineers week

Initial plans for Tomorrow’s Engineers Week 2019 (4-8 November 2019, #TEWeek19) have been announced, focusing on the impact engineers make on the nation’s health and wellbeing.

SOE’s 21st AGM

Mick Sweetmore was sworn in as new SOE President, and members and regional centres were recognised for their excellence at the Society’s AGM in July.

SOE Symposium connects maintenance and data

Discover how a data driven world will inspire change and opportunity in engineering at the new Society of Operations Engineers (SOE) Symposium in Birmingham on November 7.

Fife College and Fife Council record employee and safety standard boost through irtec licence

A well-established partnership between Fife College and Fife Council has produced a rise in road safety standards in the region due in part to the adoption of the irtec licence.

SOE Symposium confirms Sir Terry Morgan as keynote speaker

High profile British engineer Sir Terry Morgan will be a keynote speaker at the SOE Symposium in November.

Autonomous vehicles: Are they as safe as we are led to believe?

A free-to-attend prestige seminar at the University of Hertfordshire will take place on 20 November 2019.