Early Careers Network
The IAQM Early Careers Network (ECN) is a community of air quality professionals in the early stages of their careers. The network exists to develop members’ knowledge and skills in a supportive and accessible environment.
Meet likeminded colleagues in a similar stage of their career and forge connections that you can take with you throughout your career.
Attend our targeted online and in-person events for early career professionals, including webinars, workshops and meet-ups.
Access trusted training and CPD opportunities for your career development through our short course endorsement and free webinars.
IAN MCCRAE AWARD
Opportunity to enter into this prestigious essay competition in honour of the late air quality practitioner Dr Ian McCrae.
Sign up to be a mentor or mentee with our online platform delivered through your IES membership and enhance your development.
Be part of our community to improve your skills and widen your knowledge in a welcoming and supportive environment.
Julian Mann, Senior Air Quality Consultant at AECOM
"The Early Careers Network is a great community to be part of - knowing that you have a forum to help develop your skills can give you confidence to challenge yourself, as well as the opportunity to learn from a wide range of professionals through workshops, events and meetings. I would definitely recommend joining to anyone early on in their career."
Meet the Subcommittee
The IAQM Early Careers Network Subcommittee are a group of professionals who are responsible for shaping the development of the ECN. They are based throughout the United Kingdom and come from backgrounds ranging from Local Authority to Consultancy, offering a range of expertise. The group works closely with other IAQM subcommittees to feed into collaborative activities. Each year the Early Careers Network publishes a call for members to apply to join the subcommittee.
IAQM ECN Newsletters
The Subcommittee produce a quarterly newsletter to share key news, events and opportunities that are relevant to the group. Members are welcome to get in touch about sharing any content that they would like to see included. You can access previous editions here: