Following the new DfE Careers Strategy and new technical levels legislation for schools, Dan Locke-Wheaton, Principal at AUEA, would like to promote the following opportunities for students to learn more about science, engineering and Apprenticeship pathways.
National Apprenticeship Week
Open to any students and parents from Year 9 – Year 14, from advanced to degree apprenticeships presented by employers and apprentices. An energetic collection of short presentations giving you all the knowledge of pathways into apprenticeships in Science and Engineering.
Followed by Networking: meeting employers and apprenticeships over Pizza
Book via our Eventbrite
Year of Engineering Assemblies
Fulfilling your school’s new requirement for technical college career guidance, Aston University Engineering Academy has designed a special assembly to celebrate the 2018 Year of Engineering to be delivered to Year 9 students.
Lasting 20 minutes (can be adjusted to suit individual schools assembly periods) the presentation will cover the following IAG topics:
- Exploring what is Engineering?
- Engineering and Science for our future – exploring how these sectors hold the key to future economic and environmental prosperity
- Pathways into Engineering including Level 2 through to Level 7 courses.
- Apprenticeships vs Degrees pipelines to STEM
Booking can be made via firstname.lastname@example.org
Did you know AUEA also is the regional lead for Bloodhound Engineering Challenge, and F1 in schools? They can provide bespoke staff training and STEM student workshops.