Engineers urged to join associations to tap on regional Expansions


Catherine Nyambala the Founder of STEM Africa
Catherine Nyambala the Founder of STEM Africa
By Jacktone Lawi

Engineers have been called upon to join professional membership association to tap into the growing regional market

Catherine Nyambala the Founder of STEM Africa pointed out that there is need for a regional level participation since the engineering field keeps on diversifying everyday hence a need for continuous training.

Nyambala was speaking during the Viscar Industrial Capacity Engineering Leadership Forum that was held in Nairobi.

The meeting sought to recognize the importance of the roles that Engineers play in the running of organisations.
a vital role in the country by minimizing the effects of damage on the surrounding ecosystems, design necessary infrastructures that are both efficient and safe, educational growth, community development and community engineering.
Engineering as a human endeavor is facing numerous challenges of its own including: not having a clear path of progression and growth into the industry and different bodies in the engineering profession not respecting or representing the engineers well within the industry.
This forum brought together senior engineers in industry from both the public and private sector to share knowledge and engineering leadership best practice.
It was set to steer the engineering profession for sustainable development, and saw over engineers from different engineering fields in attendance as well as leaders who lead and manage engineers.
The forum was graced by Chief Quality and Safety Officer, Kengen. Mr. Stephen Olieka, MBA Strategic BSC Electric and Electronics, ENG Head of HR Safal Group. Mr. Oltesh Thobias International Speaker, Certified coach and trainer, African Development Bank. Viscar Industrial Capacity Ltd is a leading provider of both locally and internationally recognized technical and business training

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