Young Engineers Network (YEN)
The CIBSE Young Engineers Network (YEN) is a network of regional centres that aim to provide a forum & support network for young engineers within CIBSE. Use the menu links for details of each centre.
CIBSE members - Please log in to the CIBSE website using the orange "My CIBSE" button and update your groups profile to include the Young Engineers Network. Alternatively email your full name and CIBSE membership number to YEN@cibse.org
Non-CIBSE members - Please log in to the CIBSE website using the orange "MY CIBSE" button and update/create your profile to include the Young Engineers Network. Once you are logged in YEN will be listed in the Groups section of the portal.
There are no costs and strings attached and you don't have to be a CIBSE member to join (though you can find out about becoming a member of CIBSE here e.g. as a Student Affiliate, Graduate or Affiliate).
YEN National Ball 2016, 22nd October - Book now!
This year the CIBSE YEN National Ball comes to London.
Join us for a fabulous masquerade ball featuring a drinks reception on arrival, a delicious 3 course dinner, after dinner entertainment and much more ...
A huge thanks to our nine sponsors who have made this evening possible - Daikin, Grundfos, Schneider, AVK, Andrews Water Heaters, Gree (Kilma Therm), Hurley Palmer Flatt, Emerson and Cundall.
Full details and booking here.
Join the discussion on the CIBSE YEN LinkedIn Group
Aims of the YEN
Promote a positive and welcoming image.
Provide a platform for new thinking, novel approaches to design and knowledge exchange.
Ensure that young engineers engage more closely with our professional institution at an early stage in their careers.
Encourage more women to join the building services profession.
Establish a link with CIBSE Council.
Promote building services engineering to school and university students.
Guide young engineers towards a long term career in building services.
For more see our Mission Statement
Each Centre consists of a committee which organises technical and networking events in the local area. A Centre can consist of young engineers who happen to live or work in that area or a centre may also be formed at a place of learning and consist of students.