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SWIG supports apprentice competition at WWEM 2018, 21 November 2018, Telford
February 8th, 2018
SWIG is pleased to again be supporting the apprentice competition to be held at WWEM on 21 November 2018 – we are proud to be encouraging the next generation of water engineers!
WWEM 2018 to see the return of the Instrumentation Apprentice Competition and the new WIPAC Learning Zone
This year’s Water Wastewater & Environmental Monitoring Conference will take place on 21st -22nd November 2018 and will see the return of the WWEM Instrumentation Apprentice Competition which is being organised by the Water Industry Process Automation & Control Group (WIPAC). This year’s competition will see Apprentices from both the Water Companies and the wider industry compete against each other over three tasks on 21st November to win the competition.
The competition is being sponsored and supported this year by a number of Water Industry organisations including ABB, Analytical Technology (ATi), Partech, RS Hydro, Siemens, Siris, SWIG, Vega & WRc.
Potential competitors for the competition need to be actively working within the Water Industry and on a registered apprenticeship programme. Competitors should register with the competition organiser at firstname.lastname@example.org, terms of reference for the competition are available at http://goo.gl/1LbKKn
Also at this year’s WWEM will be the WIPAC Learning Zone which put Apprentices, Technicians and Engineers together with technical experts within the Industry supply chain to learn about different aspects of Instrumentation & Control. Throughout the two days of the WWEM Conference & Exhibition there will be a total of 40 free workshops where attendees can pre-register to attend hour long sessions to learn about the different aspects of instrumentation & control within the Water Industry. Those interested should contact email@example.com to register their interest to receive details as they are released and to receive priority booking for the sessions.