Let's talk, share ideas and think about how we can work together to inspire the next generation of engineers.
We’ve all had to adapt to new ways of doing things over the past year. With incredibly limited opportunities for face-to-face engagement, so many of us have had to come up with new ways to inspire young people - with both virtual and blended offers. What have we learnt from delivering engagement in a pandemic that we can all benefit from as we look to the future?
Hear from members of the EngineeringUK team as well as voices from other organisations as we share insights on what we’ve learnt delivering engagement activities in this unique year.
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Fiona Dyer explains the four main learnings made by Shell on delivering STEM education during the pandemic.
Charlotte Gage on the guiding principles that help ensure online platforms meet the changing needs of teachers and schools
Marie Jobson on how a focus on the intent and aims is driving high impact careers activities.
Moira Shaftoe on working with Corporate Members to share learnings to develop effective virtual work experience for young people across the UK.
Emily Tench on adapting activities and exploiting digital formats to inspire young people and their families when schools were closed.
Charlotte Gage on how Neon was redeveloped pre-launch to reflect changing needs of engineering outreach
Marie Jobson on slowing down to speed up as a strategic approach to developing programmes
Phil McShane on building out from audience needs, listening to others and learning from other programmes
Moira Shaftoe on how employers developed work experience programmes that focused on intended outcomes, ensuring that they're inclusive for all young people.