Women and the 4th Industrial Revolution
|Venue||Liverpool John Moores University, Faculty of Engineering and Technology|
Adaptive Learning Zone
L3 3AF (Click here to view a map of the venue)
Whilst the engineering and technology industry has typically been a male-dominated sector, Industry 4.0 presents far-reaching new opportunities for women in this field. As we move into the fourth industrial revolution, the opportunities for women’s careers in this field have never been greater as we see increased integration of physical production with digital technologies.
Join us for our event on the 18th May as we’re joined by leading industry organisations and local businesswomen as we explore the opportunities available in the 4IR age. The aim of the event is to engage and promote the opportunities available through the LCR 4.0 Project and to set up a cluster group for 4IR women which will continue to look at opportunities and challenges that may arise.
12:00 – 12:30 Arrival & Registration
12:30pm Women in Business Showcase
Afternoon Tea will be served
1:30pm “Welcome and LCR 4.0 programme introduction”
1:40pm “Impact of Women on 4IR” – Nandini Chakravorti, Technology Manager, Data & Information Systems – MTC – To explain what 4IR is and what opportunities are available
2:00pm “Inspirational Panel – challenges & opportunities” – Host – Sara Rioux, Operations Director, LJMU
3:00pm “Skills Gap” – Cllr Sue McGuire – The Sensible Coding Company
3:15pm Introduction to Professional & Leadership Skills Module – Princy Johnson – LJMU
For more information and to register for this event, please visit here.