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This is a simple signposting service to show you local events, specialist open days and taster courses relevant to this career sector. These opportunities should inspire you and help fill your CV for applications and interviews.

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Driving Theory Test Preparation – Short Course (age 19+)

Event Starts:Various

Category:Careers Activities

Summary

This course gives support and tuition to improve chances of passing the theory test. Develop confidence using a computer for the test. Practice answering questions, learn how to approach theory and hazard perception. Learn how to stay safe and legal on the roads, and how to book the test. Seven 2-hour sessions. Community Learning offers free or low cost short courses for adults (19+) with few or no qualifications to improve employability, health, wellbeing and confidence. See link below for info

EqualEngineers – Bristol Engineering & Technology Careers Fair 2019

Event Starts:Wednesday 9 October 2019

Start Time12:00 PM

Category:Careers/Jobs Fairs

Summary

Considering a career in engineering or technology? Looking for some opportunities for when you finish school or college? Exhibitors will be ready to tell you what it is like to work for them, what to expect from pursuing a career with them. Training and education providers will advise how they can support you. Go along and find out about apprenticeships, placements, internships, graduate and other opportunities from engineering and technology employers. Free to attend, register via link below.

My Future_My Choice - Engineering & STEM Workshops

Event Starts:Ongoing

Category:Short Course

Summary

MF_MC introduces young people to the vast range of exciting opportunities available for their future, providing practical design & make activities with business and industry volunteers to enhance STEM learning.

Women's Engineering Society - She's an Engineer

Event Starts:Ongoing

Category:Other

Summary

We share the lives and stories of our inspiring woman engineers. Click on the names listed to find out more about them and get inspired!

Summary

The QE Prize for Engineering is an international ?1million prize celebrating engineers responsible for any innovation of global benefit to humanity.Create the Future is a QEPrize Blog page full of inspirational articles for aspiring engineers!

The Big Bang @ School

Event Starts:Various

Category:Specialist Event

Summary

The Big Bang @ School supports schools to deliver an event to excite pupils about STEM subjects and inspire them to consider science or engineering careers. Have a look at our @ School Toolkit - read more ...

We The Curious - Educational Activities

Event Starts:Ongoing

Category:Specialist Event

Summary

From cross-curricular themes and scientific thinking skills to focused, topic-based activities, we offer a wide range of learning opportunities for all ages and stages including Key Stage 4 and Post 16.

EDT - First Edition STEM programme (Years 5 to 11)

Event Starts:Various

Category:Careers Activities

Summary

EDT’s First Edition programme provides quality STEM hands-on activities for up to 120 young people in Years 5 to 11 (aged 9 to 16) in a large hosted space. - e.g. school hall or gym - but also within companies, universities and colleges. Events take place throughout the academic year and timings are flexible to suit the host’s requirements. First Edition provides students with information about STEM careers and study routes, and engages and inspires them to shape their own future choices.

EDT - First Edition STEM programme (Years 5 to 11)

Event Starts:Various

Category:Careers Activities

Summary

EDT’s First Edition programme provides quality STEM hands-on activities for up to 120 young people in Years 5 to 11 (aged 9 to 16) in a large hosted space. - e.g. school hall or gym - but also within companies, universities and colleges. Events take place throughout the academic year and timings are flexible to suit the host’s requirements. First Edition provides students with information about STEM careers and study routes, and engages and inspires them to shape their own future choices.