A free workshop in Cork Institute of Technology (CIT) on Thursday, April 11, will focus on identifying new options for the production of engineering talent in line with current and anticipated demand forecasts

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On a national level, demand for engineering talent is outstripping supply. New graduates are being snapped up in to the workforce, and experienced engineers are highly prized assets.

In order to address current talent supply options, is there more that can be done in the Cork Region? Are there avenues that have not yet been explored that would be worth investigating?

A FREE workshop in Cork Institute of Technology (CIT) on Thursday, April 11, will focus on identifying new options for the production of engineering talent in line with current and anticipated demand forecasts.

Industry needs


Speakers include Dave Murphy, executive officer at PM Group; Padráig Leahy of Engineer’s Ireland who will talk about industry needs; Michael Loftus, Faculty of Engineering and Science at CIT who will outline the engineering talent pipeline; and finally a summary of the key points outlined will be given by Dr Mary Moloney of CIT.

To reserve your place at this free event, register your interest on Eventbrite.ie

The 33rd Cork Mechanical, Manufacturing and Biomedical Engineering Exhibition will also take place in Cork Institute of Technology on April 11 in the magnificent setting of Nexus Hall.

The theme of this year’s exhibition is ‘Engineering the Future in Global Environmental Innovation’. Admission is free and all are welcome.

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On a national level, demand for engineering talent is outstripping supply. New graduates are being snapped up in to the workforce, and experienced engineers are highly prized assets. In order to address current talent supply options, is there more that can be done in the Cork Region? Are there...