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STEM Careers resources Light Up the World

STEM Careers resources Light Up the World, Age 11-14 years This unit is based around the issue of providing light for people in developing countries who do not have access to mains electricity as an example of a possible career path that D&T might lead to. Light up the World, a humanitarian organisation based at the University of Calgary, is used throughout the project as an example of this type of work in action in the real world. Pupils are given a design brief and are required to investigate the context and key people, to design...

Mapping out careers

Mapping out careers, This pdf poster will help your students focus on their career paths and the routes they will need to follow to get to their chosen job. The routes and locations on the map will help them identify and decide on their future paths and the options needed to get them to where they want to be. How to use the mapPrint out the map and put it in a prominent place where students can pause and consider their options. The map is coloured according to a D&T focus area (electronics, food, textiles, product design...

New partnership launched to drive uptake of STEM careers

New partnership launched to drive uptake of STEM careers , WISE, the ERA Foundation, STEM Learning, the Design and Technology Association and The Smallpeice Trust, to coordinate school outreach programmes for greater impact WISE calls for employers, universities and Government to act now to re-train women to take up jobs in tech A new partnership, STEM Accord, created to provide co-ordinated action to inspire more young people, and particularly girls, to study science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) will be announced today at the WISE annual conference. STEM...

Aeronautical Engineering

Aeronautical Engineering, These resources have been developed with the support of the ERA Foundation, to help students understand roles and career paths into design and manufacturing, with aeronautical engineering as the main context. They include eight video case studies of engineers with different roles, a teacher guide and a series of PowerPoint based challenges for Key Stage 3 students. In these the eight engineers are presented as drawn characters, offering challenges to: Understand the principles of flight by making a glider that flies the furthest Powered flight: adding power to make it fly further and...

Education, the Economy and D&T

Education, the Economy and D&T, What are the pressures? The UK’s emergence from economic difficulty is revealing significant areas of weakness, particularly relating to skills shortages. It comes as no surprise therefore, that many associations and organisations in engineering and the creative industries are engaged in campaigns to raise awareness about the shortfall in the availability of suitably qualified workers. Pressures on the school curriculum, alongside outdated perceptions of these areas of activity, are preventing young people from making subject choices that can lead to a wide range of engaging careers. National contextReducing creative and technical...

National Careers Service and Mental Health UK partner to support students on Exam Results Days

National Careers Service and Mental Health UK partner to support students on Exam Results Days, With results days for certain vocational qualifications (14 August), A levels (15 August) and GCSEs (22 August) just around the corner, the Exam Results Helpline provided by the National Careers Service has partnered with Mental Health UK to help students make the most of the opportunities their results will provide. The Exam Results Helpline is a source of free, impartial advice after receiving results and is available to all parents, teachers and students. Run by the Department for Education’s National


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Stem Learning Centre

Stem Learning Centre, STEM Learning is a provider of education and careers support in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM). We work with schools, colleges and others working with young people across the UK. For more information please click here for the Stem Learning Centre . , Stem Learning Centre

Skills for Employment

Skills for Employment, Skills for employmentCareers in the creative, design and engineering industries This set of resources provides schools with information to help students understand the parameters and make the choices that will help take them towards their chosen career. It includes a four-minute video and PowerPoint full of information, links and engaging content, challenging students to consider their career paths and the routes to successful, appropriate employment in the creative, design and engineering industries. It is aimed at students considering option choices for GCSE and those already doing GCSE subjects. The video can be used...

Skills for Industry - Perpetual Calendar

Skills for Industry - Perpetual Calendar, Skills for Industry – Perpetual Calendar First published 2017Ages 11-14 The Skills for Industry programme provides an opportunity to link secondary schools with a local industry partner to help Design and Technology teachers to develop and teach the industry-relevant knowledge and skills needed by the industry partner. The PowerPoint and associated 2D Design and Word files are a record of the project that took place in 2017 but also provide materials to adapt for use in your school. This project has a scheme over nine one-hour...

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