The Top 50 Women in Engineering

Theme: Apprenticeships

 
 
WE50 Nomination Form
 
Essential Criteria – all nominees must satisfy these:

- A woman
- A current apprentice in an engineering or allied sector/discipline OR
- A former apprentice in an engineering or allied sector/discipline, still working in engineering or allied sector/discipline or in engineering research
- Nominations welcome at all career stages.
- The Nominee must be based in the UK
 
Desirable Criteria:

- Working in a technical role
- Achieving beyond what would normally be expected
- Supporting other women
- Acting as an advocate for women in work and in STEM
- Acting as an advocate for women in apprenticeships
- Having an impact on the practice of engineering or allied sector/discipline from a technical perspective
- Having an impact on culture and working practices in industry, academia or education
- Having an impact on policy and government
 
 
Nominations should focus on the above criteria and any other reasons why the nominee, who can self-nominate, should be considered. Nominees do not have to meet all criteria. The aim is to be inclusive and to highlight and celebrate women who have gone beyond what is expected in the sector or discipline of engineering and allied sciences, technology and mathematics.

Nominees that can demonstrate support of other women in engineering will be more successful than those who cannot.
 
NB. We would recommend you write and edit for citation in another document before copying into this form.
 
The closing date for nominations has been extended and is now midnight Monday 22 April.

At the beginning of May, nominees will be contacted and notified if successful or not. 

Winners will be invited to attend the WES Centenary Fundraising Dinner on Friday 21 June at the Waldorf Hilton in London. They will also be invited to come and receive their awards at the WES INWED Afternoon tea event on Monday 24 June at the Royal Academy of Engineering.

About you (nominator) :

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* 2. First Name:

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* 3. Last Name:

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* 4. Position:

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* 5. Organisation:

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* 6. Email:

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* 7. Contact number:

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* 8. Are you nominating yourself?

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* 9. If self-nominating, please give the name and email address of a professional referee (preferably line-manager or similar)

About the person you are nominating:

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* 10. Title:

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* 11. Nominee's First Name:

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* 12. Nominee's Last Name:

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* 13. Nominee's Job Title:

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* 14. Email:

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* 15. Contact number:

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* 16. Nominee's Company Name:

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* 17. Please state if the nominee is a former or current apprentice:

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* 18. Is the nominee Engineering Council Registered?

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* 19. If Yes, choose one of the following:

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* 20. What was the nominee's engineering discipline at career start?

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* 21. Current engineer discipline (if different)

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* 22. Career Stage:

e.g. Early career & under 35, mid-management, Senior Management (Executive/Director)

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* 23. Explain why your nominee is one of the Top 50 Women Apprentices or Former Apprentices in Engineering.

This could include the nominee's contribution to the field; their influence in engineering; their progression; experience or rewards; or their voluntary work.

Nominees that can demonstrate support of other women in engineering will be more successful than those who cannot.

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