Engineering Development Trust – Supporting Outreach and Employability
Thursday 3rd February, 14:00-15:00
Virtual via Zoom
Come and meet the Engineering Development Trust (EDT) & Industrial Cadets team in this interactive webinar and find out how you can support young people across the UK by;
– Connecting them with Industry
– Supporting them to build critical technical and employability skills
– Providing them with the confidence to succeed
2pm Thursday 3 rd February 2022
EDT is an established educational charity that delivers multiple, quality interventions to build a diverse STEM talent pool for the future. With a heritage of over 35 years, we directly engage with students throughout their education journey delivering over 40,000 experiences every year.
Industrial Cadets develops employability skills, celebrates achievements, and provides young people with the opportunities to engage with inspiring role models in Industry. Through nationally recognised awards for STEM we are creating the game changers of the future; developing a diverse, socially mobile talent pool and building critical skills to ensure economic growth whilst giving hope for students’ futures. Industrial Cadets was first initiated by our Patron, His Royal Highness The Prince of Wales.
During this webinar we want to
– Introduce you to EDT & Industrial Cadets
- Invite a few of our partners to talk to you about how we work together
– Engage with you in an interactive session to discuss topics such as volunteering and collaboration across industry sectors in breakout sessions facilitated by EDT
- Showcase the achievements of our young people
– Discuss next steps
We look forward to meeting you and if you would like any further information, please contact Nicola Elliot on email@example.com
Or visit our website www.etrust.org.uk
About the TFI Network
This event is supported by TFI Network, which aims to assist the Foundation Industries to remain competitive whilst simultaneously facing challenges from environmental legislation and the drive towards net-zero carbon 2050. Launched in February 2021, the core aim of TFI Network+ is to co-create with the Foundation Industries new science and technology that can transform their sustainability and performance by coordinating and channelling a wide range of expertise throughout UK academia in themes such as energy efficiency, circular economy, new generation processes and manufacturing informatics.
TFI Network is funded by Engineering and Physical Science Research Council. The Network offers small project grants to support research, transformation and collaboration across the six sectors of the foundation industries. Becoming a member of the Network allows you to advertise your expertise or business requirements to other members, identify other members who may have similar research areas for collaboration and submit applications for small project grants. Visit https://tfinetworkplus.org/ to become a member.
Published: December 15th, 2021
Posted in Events