Enter the Triumph Design Awards 2018
Published 18th April 2018
The Triumph Design Awards committee would like to invite your students to enter the Triumph Design Awards 2018!
The Triumph Design Awards is a competition open to 16-18 year olds interested in Design and Technology. We want to demonstrate how impactful engineering can be, and want students to show us ways they have used the power of engineering and design to solve a real world problem. By entering a short summary of a project they have been working on, for example their DT coursework, they will have the opportunity to win some exciting prizes, including paid work experience at Triumph Motorcycles, a cash prize, factory tours for their schools and more. Although aimed primarily at AS and A level students, we would encourage exceptional GCSE students to also enter. Successful entrants will have the opportunity to visit Triumph HQ to showcase their work at a National level and present their projects to our Chief engineers and industry experts.
We want to celebrate the outstanding work your students produce, and enthuse your students with the prospect of a career in which their ideas can become reality in an industry that is valued by businesses worldwide.
Entries are made online until 15th May via our website where you can also register your interest or follow us on social media: www.triumphdesignawards.co.uk
Lord Digby Jones, former Director General of the CBI and Minister of State for Trade and Investment & current Chairman of Triumph Motorcycles says:
“The development of Design & Engineering skills cannot start at too young an age. Our Country needs thousands of skilled young women & men every year if we are to win through in Asia's Century & provide good quality jobs & also taxable business profits to pay for our NHS & schools.
The Triumph Design Awards are ticking every box in this quest. Rewarding in so many ways; I congratulate not only all the winners but also everyone who takes part; great stuff!”
Elliot from RSG Worcester school, 2nd place winner in 2016 said:
“It was a brilliant competition, I think the main thing I have learnt is that it is worth putting yourself in the best possible position for success. I was not expecting to win anything, let alone spending a week working at Triumph, and it has now helped me when looking at my future.”Back to News