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● T e IEE Library starts lending books to members


1914 1908


● T e IEE purchases a lease for the Medical Examination Hall, Victoria Embankment, which becomes Savoy Place ● First Kelvin Lecture held


1928


● A joint meeting with the American Institute of Electrical Engineers is held via transatlantic wireless telegraphy


1925 1912


1919


● T e Wireless Section is


established as the IEE’s fi rst separate technical group


● T e Associate Membership examination is


established (the fi rst exam is held in 1914)


T e Institute of Wireless Technology is founded, later the Institution of Electronic and Radio Engineers


1924


● Regulations for the


Electrical Equipment


of Ships is fi rst published


1921


● T e IEE is granted a


Royal Charter ● George V


becomes Patron of the IEE


● T e Institution of Production Engineers is founded, later


the Institution of Manufacturing Engineers


● T e term Chartered Electrical Engineer is approved for members of the IEE ● First National Certifi cates and Diplomas in Electrical Engineering set up by the IEE and the Board of Education


1971 1976


● T e IEE celebrates its centenary


● IEE set up a committee to consider the education and training of Chartered Electrical Engineers


1980


● IEE accredits fi rst undergraduate degree course


2012 ● IET Code of


Practice for Electric Vehicle Charging published ● IET FIRST® LEGO® League launch in UK ● Wiring Regulations Digital go live


2011 1987 1922


● First1923 Faraday


Lecture is held as a


travelling lecture aimed at the public


● IEE merges with the Institution of Electronic and Radio Engineers


1991


● Requirements for medical locations fi ncluded in BS 7671 Requirements for


Electrical Installations (IET Wiring Regulations)


● IEE merges with the Institution of Manufacturing Engineers


2007


● T e Mark Sargeant Career Achievement Medal for Young Professionals is launched


2008


● IET Faraday Challenge Days launched


1992


● Ernest Rutherford gives the Kelvin Lecture on ‘Electricity and Matter’ ● Faraday Medal fi rst awarded to Oliver Heaviside


● Mountbatten Medal established by the National Electronics Council ● T e IEE Wiring Regulations are adopted by the British Standards Institute as BS 7671


2006 ● India


offi ce in Bangalore opened ● T e IEE and IIE merge to form the Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET) ● T e fi rst edition of E&T magazine is published ● IET Skills Survey launched


1997


● Austin Court in Birmingham opened ● US offi ce in Edison, New Jersey, opened


2001 2005


● T e Institution of Incorporated Engineers (IIE) is granted its fi rst Charter


● China offi ce in Beijing opened


2005


● Engineering Open House Day launched


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