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14 - 17 September 2021

Excel - London

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Workshops

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Workshops

Focused Sessions for Industry

The DSEI Workshops will be interactive discussion sessions on a variety of subjects, held at various times throughout the exhibition. 

DSEI 2021 will feature a Defence Engineering Skills Workshop to explore challenges faced within the defence sector and 'Doing Business In....' briefings, providing guidance on how to do business specific international markets. 

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2021 WORKSHOPS

Defence Engineering Skills

Set against the backdrop of the UK engineering skills challenge, the Defence Engineering Skills Workshop provides a unique opportunity to gather those with an interest in engineering education and industry together to explore the challenges faced by the Defence sector.

The workshops aim to develop greater collaboration and cohesion across the enterprise (Armed Forces; Civil Service; Industry); the Professional Institutions and Academia, through a ‘Whole Force By Design’ approach.

The workshops are run in support of the Defence Professionalization Strategy (specific objective in the strategy, “to promote and support the holistic engagement between Defence, professional engineering institutions and society”).

The sessions are free to attend, but sign-up is essential as places are severely limited.

Timetable to be confirmed.

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  • Only through a clarity of purpose, coherence of approach and closer collaborative effort can we in the Defence Sector build sufficient resilience to address the current national engineering skills shortfall. This a whole-force and through-life matter, and we must act to attract, recruit and retain the talent we need in a competitive environment.
    Air Marshal Julian Young RAF
    Defence Engineering Champion 2019

Doing Business In... 

The 'Doing Business in...' workshops are designed to give industry guidance on how to do business with defence in specific international markets. Given by senior defence representatives from the target region, these briefings will outline the processes and cultural factors that influence national security spending. They are intended to provide guidance for organisations looking to enter that market, as well as existing regional operators who want to expand their business further.

The sessions are free to attend, but sign-up is essential as places are severely limited.

Timetable to be confirmed.

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