IEC Young Professionals workshop in Frankfurt

This year SESKO chose Lauri Holopainen, a student at Metropolia, and Riikka Liedes, a technical specialist at The Electrical Contractors’ Association of Finland STUL, to attend the Young Professionals workshop organised alongside the IEC General Meeting.

The aim of the IEC Young Professionals programme is to find young experts to get them engaged in and committed to international standardization. Through the programme the participants not only gain experience but also a wide international contact network of other experts and organisations involved in standardization. In line with the rules of the programme, SESKO can annually appoint two prospective participants for the IEC Young Professionals workshop, and so far, altogether ten young professionals from SESKO have taken part.

IEC YP 600 leveäIEC Young Professionals 2016 Frankfurt

SESKO Young Professionals

The SESKO Young Professionals group assembles annually. The purpose of the meetings is to share standardization experiences and topical information, but also network with other experts actively taking part in standardization. At the same time, the new participants get valuable last minute tips for the IEC YP workshop.

Further information on the IEC Young Professionals programme from Pia Rouste.

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