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/ 29 Sep, 2021
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Women go virtual

Seawork’s Women in Marine Industry event goes virtual for 2021. Join our inspirational speakers as they share their stories, their challenges, and their achievements. 

We welcome our speakers;

Cat Savage – Technical Assurance Director BMT, 
Katy Ware - Director of UK Maritime Services MCA & Permanent Representative of the UK to the IMO
Lucy Masters - Recruitment & College Liaison Viking Chiltern, Chiltern Maritime.

Held on Day 2 of SeaworkConnect on Wednesday 6 October at 16:00 to 17:00, this is your opportunity to hear what our speakers have to say about their careers, progression and opportunities, covering ground in technical roles, recruitment and naval cadet programmes, policy, and engineering. Put your own questions to them online and network virtually with other Women in Marine Industry attendees.

To join this free-to-attend session, register here for SeaworkConnect, which takes place from 5-7 October.  We look forward to seeing you – Wednesday 6 October at 16:00 to 17:00 virtually!

Exhibitor: BMT
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