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At a recent GDPR information event hosted by Engineers Ireland, Stewart Thompson discussed what GDPR will mean for engineers and how it will impact their business, giving a high level view of the steps that need to be considered, the level of commitment and resources required to bring a company to a compliant standard and be able to evidence this when required. The full presentation is available ...
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The Irish Academy of Engineering is seeking nominations for it's prestigious Parsons Award which recognises excellence across the breadth of engineering research and innovation in Ireland.Nominations are welcome from all sectors of Engineering including, Academia, Industry, Business and the Public Sector.   The recipient of the award will be an engineer based in...
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In today’s Irish Times, Irish Water announced plans for the Water Supply Project – Eastern and Midlands Region which would end over-dependence on the river Liffey to serve the Dublin region, and provide an additional 330 million litres of water a day which Irish Water says will be needed by the region by 2050 when its population is projected to grow to 2.1 million. The full article is...
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ACEI is pleased to announce the appointment of a new President for 2018-2019.  Ciarán Kennedy BScEng(Hons), DipStructEng, MIStructE, MIEI,CEng, FConsEI Chartered Engineer, Managing Director of Barrett Mahony Consulting Engineers (BMCE), was elected ACEI President at the association’s AGM on 6 April 2018.    Ciarán was first elected as a member of the ACEI Executive in...
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The European Centre for the development of Vocational training has recently published the results from their survey into European skill shortages and skill mismatch.   Cedefop has been active in skill mismatch research and analysis for almost a decade now, identifying significant areas of concern and contention surrounding the issue, including clarification of key concepts. Research revealed...
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