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Half-day seminar on Presentation Techniques
The Chamber is organising a half-day seminar on 'Presentation Techniques' specifically for students seeking summer jobs and fresh graduates.

The half-day seminar will be addressing various topics relating to employability including presenting a curriculum vitae, writing job application letters, effective communication, body language and job interview techniques.The seminar will be held on July 6th from 9:30am-13:00. Mr Glen Calleja, B.Psy, B.A. (Hons) N.E.S., will be leading the seminar. A nominal €10 administration fee is being charged. For bookings contact This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it
Last Updated on Thursday, 10 September 2009 14:18
Setting up of an Electrical Energy and Efficiency Laboratory – University of Malta
The University of Malta is one of the beneficiaries of the European Union under the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF) 2007-2013.  The Department of Industrial Electrical Power Conversion within the Faculty of Engineering will be benefitting under the project “Electrical Energy and Efficiency Laboratory for the University of Malta”. The ERDF funded project consists in the setting up of a laboratory that will be used for teaching and research in the area of electrical energy generation, conversion, its efficient use and quality of supply.

This project is aimed at setting up a facility that will improve Malta’s research and development potential in the applied engineering field of Electrical Energy. The facility will enable research in: the field of energy conversion from renewable energy sources (RES) such as solar and wind; the design, construction and control of power electronic converters; the simulation and analysis of the interaction of RES with the Maltese Electrical network; the improved usage of traditional energy sources; the increase of electrical energy efficiency in domestic and industrial applications and the improvement of power quality.
M.Sc. in Integrated Product Development

CourseIn today's competitive environment, if you are a manager/entrepreneur or an engineer/scientist who wishes to achieve or increase success in an industry that involves the making or altering of a product, it has become essential that you acquire a broad and in-depth expertise in the various aspects of product development. Indeed, the modern approach in today's industry is that of Integrated Product Development (IPD), where all of the aspects of product function and design, of product materials and manufacturing, of product use and environmental impact, of product marketing and costing, and of entrepreneurship and business management are linked into a single discipline that is targeted towards optimising overall performance and degree of success.

Last Updated on Thursday, 02 July 2009 15:18
Annual Engineering Conference takes on Energy

The future of the energy sector in Malta was the central theme of this year’s engineering conference, Fuelling the Future, which came to a close on Thursday evening with two focused workshops on the national Climate Change Strategy and Renewable Alternative Sources of Energy. The conference was organised by the Chamber of Engineers (CoE) and held at the Hilton Malta.

Throughout the presentations and ensuing debates, a wide array of issues was discussed but, given Malta’s total dependence on fossil fuels and its international targets and obligations, security of supply and finding alternative solutions which make considerable use of renewable energy sources dominated the day.

Last Updated on Thursday, 02 July 2009 15:17
CoE Conference This Thursday - Register Now

The 18th National Annual Engineering Conference, ‘Fuelling the Future’, will be held this Thursday April 16th at the Hilton Malta. You can register here or download the registration form and send it to us together with payment. Alternatively, you can also pay your registration online here.

The programme promises to bring together a number of experts from various sectors relating to Energy including policy consultation, government, academic research and Industry. Consumption and generation of electricty vis-a-vis its environmental impact within the Maltese islands will be specifically addressed.

This year's conference also includes two workshops which will allow participants to present their views in addressing Climate Change and Energy issues specifically within the local context. This will be done along specific guidelines and questions presented in tandem with the programme.

Last Updated on Wednesday, 22 April 2009 07:48
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