14th October 201918:00 for 18:30 start
John Galsworthy Building, Kingston University
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This is the Surrey Region’s tradition that one of their Technical Meeting in the Autumn is fully dedicated to presentations delivered by young members of the Institution, either students after their gap year, spent in intricate locations overseas working on special construction projects, or nearly fresh graduates, who tested intensive involvement in complex designs alongside with their experienced colleagues.
The evening is usually split between two or three young speakers delivering their talks one after another and, as they may have their first speech in front of the experienced professional audience, they certainly put their outmost to impress upon their skills and “sparkle”.
The list of prospective speakers and their subjects will be confirmed in due course with an appropriate announcement.
Sandwiches and beverages will be served at 18:00
One and a half hours of CPD
The free parking regime after 18:00 at the university’s grounds was slightly adjusted recently, please contact Ted Donchev
Alternatively, use the Bittoms Car Park (KT1 2AB) or any RingGo options and plenty of NCP parking in the vicinity
Name - Natalja Petkune ([email protected]). Ted Donchev ([email protected])
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