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Only 9% of UK engineers are women and only 6% are black or minority ethnic, but EngineeringUK estimates that the profession is short of up to 20,000 engineers a year. Engineering pays well and there is no shortage of exciting events going on around the country to promote science, technology, engineering and maths, so why aren’t more young people taking up engineering as a career?

Join our panel chaired by Sarah Sands, Editor of BBC Radio 4’s Today Programme, during Tomorrow’s Engineers Week 2017, to debate the future of engineering.



Registration opens


Opening remarks

Sarah Sands, Editor, BBC Radio 4's Today Programme


Introduction to: Creating cultures where all engineers thrive 

Bola Fatimilehin, Head of Diversity and Inclusion, Royal Academy of Engineering


Panel discussion followed by Q&A session
John McCollum, Head of Engineering, BAE plc
Dr Mark McBride-Wight, Founder, EqualEngineering

7.30pm Networking reception
8.00pm Close

Full details of the programme including all speakers will be confirmed soon. 

This event is free to attend but registration is required. For more information, please contact Events team