Crane manufacturers Liebherr sponsor the Lifting Aspirations Programme at Vertikal Days, the largest lifting and access industry trade show in the UK held at the Siverstone Curcuit. Two days of workshops held fro Year 10 students from the Slvestone Circuit UTC
Sponsorship from Rolls-Royce and GKN Volunteers provided a fantastic day for 30 Year 9 students
60 students explore lifting technology, robotics and bio mechanics while building their own robotic arm from card, syringes, plastic tubing, paper clips and split pins.
Ways to improve classroom design using stakeholders as designers as well as teacher's and TA's ingenuity
A well-being activity for adolescents. 120 Students in Year 8, 9, 10 build adolescents their future with staff from Rowan Dartington, GE and the Mall at Cribbs Causeway.
120 students design and fly unique radio controlled aircraft made from card board.
60 Year 9 students use a board game to build and perform a character
Schools and families take part in an immersive experience with the lifting and access engineering industry. Exploring the heritage of the technology in the region with the working machines at the M Shed Museum and the future for the sector with engineering ambassadors. learning outcomes and the fun of engineering are combined in a practical competition to build and operate a robotic arm.
The Build My Future project moves from design and consultation into delivery the second school to run the event is Phoenix high School, London
Consultation and play-testing a new resource for GE Volunteers going into schools in the UK
GE Power sponsor workshop for Clough Hall College (Stoke) - supplying funding and 37 volunteers for an event with 100 year 9 students and c.200 local primary school children.
Building relationships with the Lifting and Access industry sector at their largest trade fair in the UK and Ireland.
An event for Key stage 3 students who are thinking about their future and the subjects they could study to help them achieve their potential. The engineering volunteers strongly represented people with a passion or hobby rather than a career and this seemed to have a big impact , especially on girls.
Engineers extend the Ingenious project into schools and take over Bristol's M Shed Museum to stage a second Ingenious Engineering Fair for schools and families
Workshops to build radio controlled cardboard planes and the staging of an Airshow by 200 Year 8 Students selected from across five of the Federations Academies.
My Future My choice provided an activity to Rhonda Cynon(RCT)Council for their Building The Future Together Project' (BTFT) The ultimate objective is to for students to succeed with a cardboard boat then design,build and sail a real boat as part of a summer residential.
Ingenious Project Engineers volunteered to stage a three day Engineering Fair at M Shed Museum in Bristol. The event aimed to test collaborative working between schools, museum, engineering volunteers and businesses. The shared objective was to promote engineering past, present and future, so that children see local engineering history as part of their identity and engineering as something that opens up opportunities for their future. Activities were linked for younger participants through the use of an 'Engineering-Jobs Top-Trump card game designed for the M Shed museum.
James Caan ex Dragon from BBC's Dragon's Den gives his view on what is needed for success
Young people explore Bristol's heritage and their own future
Volunteers from GE Aviation Wales ran a workshop for 120 Year 9 Students from Bedwas High School, Caerphilly.