The IOR's Women in RACHP Network has launched a survey designed to analyse perceptions about the gender parity gap in our sector.
The research focuses on cultural change, and the results will be used to help promote the opportunities of clear progression paths and healthy work-life balance, in order to attract, retain and develop talent in the industry.
Participants who complete the survey will be entered in a prize draw to win a Latitude travel charger set.
Start the survey here.
Each candidate showcased their achievements, highlighting the contribution to the company for whom they had been working. The judging panel acknowledged the significant impact made by Lizzie during her YINI placement with Bristol based refrigeration and testing house, ECH Engineering.
Jane Gartshore, the well-respected co-owner of the consultancy and training firm, Cool Concerns, has been included on the Daily Telegraph's 'Top 50 Women in Engineering' list.
The list is part of the National Women in Engineering Day campaign which recognises women making a difference in the world of engineering. Jane's inclusion recognises the importance of air conditioning and refrigeration as a professional career choice in engineering.
Engineer, Emma England, won the 'Best of British' prize at the Semta Skills Awards at The Hilton Park Hotel in London recently.
There were many more women nominated this year and Emma won the top award.