Please provide us feedback regarding your experience with NEA UK.
I am in Nepal, coming to The UK in a few months and i really wanted to know about the opportunities available and the requirements for a Nepalese Civil engineer to enter into the UK Civil Enginneering industry.
I found NEA UK through online search engine and attending a single webinar organised by the NEAUK team has made me really optimistic and given me sense of direction of what to expect and setlist to prepare and lookforward to before i come to the UK.
I would like to thank Udip Rai dai and the NEA team for conducting such a informative and interactive session.
And I would definitely suggest any Nepalese Engineer who is planning to move to UK or is in The UK and trying to get into the field of engineering UK to turn up to NEAUK team for guidance.
It's been 10 months since I have been in UK. I was trying to find a way to enter in to the field of Civil Engineering. However, Later I found NEAUK through website. As I approached there, I got a response from Udip dai. We had a good conversations and he shared ideas with me as well. I was really motivated. Also, informations shared in Whatsapp group from the experienced NEAUK members are also really fruitful for all the working professionals and new comers.
I would like to thank Udip dai and the team for providing us the opportunity to attend today's webinar. It was really insightful, in addition to that we have got an idea about the processes and the ways of approaching the jobs.
Moreover, I look forward to hear from NEAUK after conducting such interaction program in upcoming days as well which will help us to grow more in our professional life.
Today, NEA UK seminar was very fruitful and very interesting. I got chance to learn many thing about Civil industry and also looking forward many more webinar near future. Thanks you Udip dai and other team members for this program. Thank you so much.
Today’s webinar really helped me and built up my confidence. At the beginning when I arrived at UK, I was in dilemma and didn’t know what to do. I didn’t have idea to start my professional career. Today’s webinar showed me the way to go ahead and gave me ideas to start my professional career here. That means lot to me. Thank you Udip sir and NEA team for guidance.
Sudip Kumar Kirant Rai
Coming to UK for Nepalese Engineers and searching for job is not an easy task. The first thing I struggled with when I arrived in the UK was figuring out what steps I should take for UK engineering projects. Then I found out about NEAUK and joined the group. There, I met Nepalese Engineers and learnt about job applications and construction practices here. It has been a privilege to be part of NEAUK, since I have been able to see and learn about the UK engineering industry. I suggest all Nepalese engineers join it, especially the newly arrived ones, to increase confidence and receive guidance for the future.
I am happy about the support I got from the NEA UK team. I appreciate Udip Dai for his effort in my application process and interview process. However, I find this association needs to focus on the engagement of new members. We need regular interactive sessions and meetings discussing particular agendas or topics. For example, I expect to get assistance with my communication skills which can be possible from training or regular practice. In this case, my opinion is getting the association with active members and running some training or interactive session which will attract the new members.
The most important thing I like about NEA UK is the concept of assisting graduates in UK engineering and construction. I am really satisfied with the support, I got from Udip dai. I have felt that the group is quite passive which seems to work out for the engagement of new members. In addition, I expect some more interactive sessions regarding essential skills. For example, I felt that I needed assistance with my communication skill. Therefore training/ programs will attract new members to participate and appreciate the association effort.
Great stuff! Good to see our Nepalese Engineers community bonding (sharing knowledge & experience) flourishing in UK.