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Students from the West Yorkshire schools of Almondbury High, Castle Hall and Holmfirm High put their science, technology, engineering and maths skills to the test in a one-day Wind Turbine challenge supported by Tomorrow’s Engineers and delivered by educational charity, The Smallpeice Trust. The... - March 20, 2015
In July, Harper Adams University will be sponsoring and hosting two very different residential courses for budding young engineers. Delivered in partnership with The Smallpeice Trust, students will be offered an inspiring introduction into Food Technology Engineering and Off-Road Vehicle Engineering, through a jam-packed timetable of educational and fun activities. - January 25, 2015
The Smallpeice Trust will be running an Engineering Experience course at the University of Nottingham from 30th March to 1st April 2015. The course offers one hundred students aged 12 to 14 (Years 8 and 9), an opportunity to explore the subject of engineering through a series of real-life challenges. - January 25, 2015
During the summer, The Smallpeice Trust will be running three very different residential courses in Portsmouth for budding young engineers. Through a jam-packed timetable of educational and fun activities, students will be offered a unique insight into Electronics with Cyber Security, Marine Technology and Nuclear Marine Engineering. - January 25, 2015
The Smallpeice Trust will be running a BAE Systems Engineering Experience course at Lancaster University, sponsored by global company BAE Systems from 7th to 10th July. The course offers sixty students aged 12 to 13 (Year 8) the unique opportunity to explore the subject of engineering through a series of real-life challenges, giving them an insight into what today’s engineers face. - January 24, 2015
From the 20th – 23rd July, Newcastle University will be hosting two very different residential courses for budding young engineers. Through a jam-packed timetable of educational and fun activities, students will be offered an inspiring insight into Advanced Marine Technology and Low Carbon Energy. - January 24, 2015
In July, The Smallpeice Trust will run two Nuclear Engineering courses. The first course, sponsored by the National Nuclear Laboratory, will be held at Lancaster University from 20th to 23rd July. The second course is sponsored by the Dalton Nuclear Institute and is hosted by the University of Manchester from 20th to 23rd July. - January 22, 2015
From 7th to 10th April, The Smallpeice Trust will be running the ECITB Engineering Experience course at Harper Adams University College in Newport, Shropshire. Sponsored by the Engineering Construction Industry Training Board, this course offers one hundred students, aged 13 and 14 (Year 9), the unique opportunity to be mentored by engineering construction professionals as they take part in a series of hands on workshops and demonstrations. - January 22, 2015
In July, the University of Southampton will be hosting three very different residential courses for budding young engineers. Through a jam-packed timetable of educational and fun activities, students will be offered a unique insight into Biomedical Engineering, Computing and Microelectronics and Supercomputing in Engineering. - January 21, 2015
This Easter, The Smallpeice Trust will run a Cyber Security course at Royal Holloway, University of London. This residential course takes place from 30th March to 1st April and gives fifty 13 and 14 year old students (Year 9) the unique opportunity to explore some of the threats to cyberspace and the techniques that can be used to provide cyber security. - January 21, 2015
The Smallpeice Trust will run an Artificial Intelligence course sponsored and hosted by the University of Exeter. This residential course takes place from 30th March to 2nd April and gives forty-five students, aged 13 and 14 (Year 9) the unique opportunity to explore the world of computer science as they help machines find solutions to complex problems in a more human like fashion. - January 18, 2015
A short Marine Technology course will take place from 26th to 30th July, at the University of Strathclyde. Sponsored by the Lloyd’s Register Foundation (LRF), this residential course is for students aged 14 and 15 (S3), and gives them the opportunity to develop a greater understanding of marine technology and the challenges that face the modern marine engineer, whilst learning more about naval architecture, ship design and off-shore construction. - January 18, 2015
Independent educational charity The Smallpeice Trust has recently launched their new course timetable for 2015 and is seeking hundreds of 12 to 17 year old students to sample their engineering taster courses. - January 17, 2015
From 13th - 16th July, The Smallpeice Trust will be running a Mining & Minerals course at the University of Exeter’s Tremough Campus, which will offer twenty students aged 15 to 17 years old (Year 11 and 12), a unique learning experience exploring the technical challenges faced by mining engineers who are responsible for the safe and economic production of the earth’s minerals. - January 17, 2015
Thirty-eight students, aged 15 to 17 from schools across the UK, recently attended the ECITB Project Management course from 28th to 31st July at the University of Reading. The residential programme was designed through a partnership between The Smallpeice Trust and Cranfield University, and was financially supported by the Engineering Construction Industry Training Board (ECITB). - August 23, 2014
From 28th July to 1st August, forty-eight budding engineers from across the UK attended a Computing and Microelectronics residential course hosted by Electronics and Computer Science (ECS) at the University of Southampton. Sponsored by ARM and organised by The Smallpeice Trust, the course provided the... - August 20, 2014
From 28th to 31st July, nineteen aspiring young engineers from across the UK enjoyed a unique learning experience at the University of Exeter’s Tremough Campus, near Penryn. Sponsored by the Camborne School of Mines Trust, the group of 15­­ to 17 year olds spent four days at the University’s... - August 08, 2014
From 28th to 31st July, forty-nine aspiring young engineers from across the UK were given a unique insight into what is involved in the design and construction of a structure. Organised by educational charity, The Smallpeice Trust and sponsored by Coventry University and the Institution of Structural... - August 08, 2014
From 21st to 24th July, leading engineering support services company, Babcock, the Defence Academy and the Royal Navy recently teamed up with educational charity, The Smallpeice Trust to offer fifty students from across the UK the chance to gain an insight into nuclear marine engineering. The four-day... - August 06, 2014
From 28th to 31st July, forty aspiring young engineers enjoyed a unique learning experience at Plymouth University. The group of 15 to 17 year old students spent four days discovering what is involved in the creation and maintenance of many different types of ships including aircraft carriers, yachts,... - August 06, 2014
From 14th to 17th July, fifty-nine teenagers from across the UK have been learning how to solve some of the key challenges facing the nuclear industry. The four-day residential course, held at Lancaster University, was organised by educational charity The Smallpeice Trust and sponsored by the National... - August 03, 2014
Thirty-nine students aged 15 to 17 from schools across the UK, recently attended the Marine Technology course from 21st to 24th July at Newcastle University. The residential programme was designed through a partnership between The Smallpeice Trust and Newcastle University’s School of Marine Science... - August 03, 2014
From 9th to 11th July, one hundred promising young engineers from across the UK enjoyed a unique hands-on learning experience at Coventry University. Sponsored by the 29th May 1961 Charitable Trust and organised by educational charity, The Smallpeice Trust, the residential course provided students with... - August 02, 2014
From 21st to 24th July, one hundred students from schools across the UK attended a Marine Technology course at the University of Portsmouth. The course provided the 13 and 14 year old students with a fun-filled timetable of educational and fun activities to give them a unique insight into the marine... - August 02, 2014
From 21st to 24th July, thirty students aged 16 and 17 were given a rare insight into the exciting and dynamic field of nanotechnology. During the four-day residential course organised by The Smallpeice Trust in partnership with the University of Leeds, students enjoyed a unique opportunity to learn... - August 01, 2014
From 14th to 17th July, thirty-four budding engineers attended a four-day Biochemical Engineering course at University College London (UCL). The course provided 15 and 16 year old students with the opportunity to learn about novel biological therapeutics theories and the importance of biochemical engineering... - August 01, 2014
From 21st to 23rd July, ninety-seven girls aged 12 to 14 years old (Year 8 and 9) from across the UK benefited from a unique hands-on learning experience at the University of Bristol. Financially supported by the ERA Foundation and Lloyd’s Register Foundation, this 3-day residential programme was... - July 31, 2014
From 21st to 24th July, forty-five teenagers from across the UK had the unique opportunity to learn about how technologies come together to create state-of-the-art, safe and efficient railway transport systems. Sponsored by the National Skills Academy for Railway Engineering (NSARE) and the Lloyd’s Register Foundation (LRF), this course forms part of a major initiative to encourage young people to consider railway engineering and railway systems engineering as a possible career in the future. - July 31, 2014
From 21st to 24th July, fifty teenagers from across the UK have been learning how to solve some of the challenges facing the nuclear industry. The four-day residential course, held at The University of Manchester, and sponsored by the University’s Dalton Nuclear Institute was organised by The Smallpeice... - July 31, 2014
Forty students aged 15 to 17 from schools across the UK, recently attended a 3D Printing Technology course from 14th to 17th July at the University of Warwick. The residential programme was designed through a partnership between The Smallpeice Trust and WMG at the University of Warwick, and was financially supported by the The Institute of Advanced Study (University of Warwick), Royal Commission for the Exhibition of 1851 and Smallpeice Enterprises. - July 24, 2014
From 14th to 17st July, forty-nine teenagers from across the UK had the unique opportunity to learn about how technologies come together to create state-of-the-art, safe and efficient railway transport systems. Sponsored by the National Skills Academy for Railway Engineering (NSARE) and the Lloyd’s Register Foundation (LRF), this course forms part of a major initiative to encourage young people to consider railway engineering and railway systems engineering as a possible career in the future. - July 23, 2014
From 7th to 9th June, educational charity The Smallpeice Trust partnered with The Arkwright Scholarships Trust and Cardiff University’s School of Engineering to give twenty-four teenagers from across the UK the unique opportunity to explore the practical world of electromechanical engineering. - July 21, 2014
From 7th to 10th July, forty teenagers from across the UK have been learning about the global energy situation and the work of materials scientists and engineers as they try to meet global energy demands whilst reducing carbon emissions. Sponsored and hosted by Loughborough University, this four day... - July 19, 2014
From 7th to 10th July, twenty-four budding engineers from across the UK recently took on the challenge of designing future aircraft at the University of Southampton. Organised by The Smallpeice Trust and delivered in partnership with the University’s Faculty of Engineering and the Environment... - July 16, 2014
From 7th to 11th July, fifty students from across the UK enjoyed a unique Engineering Experience course at the National Grid Training Centre near Newark, Nottinghamshire. Run in conjunction with the UK’s largest utility company, National Grid, this residential learning opportunity gave students... - July 16, 2014
From 7th to 9th July, twenty-eight teenagers from across the UK got to participate in an exciting new High Speed Communications course, which not only demonstrated the importance of this subject area but the ways in which it is helping our country to flourish and develop both economically and socially. Sponsored... - July 13, 2014
From 7th to 10th July, twenty-four students from across the UK attended a Biomedical Engineering course at the University of Southampton. Sponsored by the Institute of Physics and Engineering in Medicine (IPEM) and organised by The Smallpeice Trust, the four-day residential programme provided 15 and... - July 13, 2014
A group of 14 and 15 year-olds from across the UK learned about renewable energy on a four day residential engineering course at Liverpool John Moores University supported by the Smallpeice Trust. - July 12, 2014
A group of 12 and 13 year olds from across the UK enjoyed a 4-day residential engineering experience at Lancaster organised by BAE Systems and the Smallpeice Trust. - July 11, 2014
A group of 14 & 15 year olds enjoyed a 4-day residential Motorsport Engineering course at Oxford Brookes University organised by the Smallpeice Trust. - July 11, 2014
From 23rd - 26th June, teenagers from across the UK learned about electronics and cyber security from engineers from leading organisations such as GCHQ and QinetiQ at the University of Portsmouth. The course was sponsored by educational charirty the Smallpeice Trust. - June 29, 2014
In the summer of 2014, The Smallpeice Trust will be running two Railway Engineering residential courses at the University of Birmingham (14th – 17th July) and the University of Huddersfield (21st – 24th July) for one hundred budding young engineers. - February 21, 2014
From 28th – 31st July 2014, The Smallpeice Trust will be running a Mining & Minerals course at the University of Exeter’s Tremough Campus, which will offer twenty students aged 15 to 17 years old (Year 11 and 12), a unique learning experience exploring the technical challenges faced by mining engineers who are responsible for the safe and economic production of the earth’s minerals. - February 20, 2014
From 21st to 23rd July 2014, The Smallpeice Trust will be running a Girls into Engineering course exclusively for girls at the University of Bristol. Sponsored by the ERA Foundation and Lloyd’s Register Foundation, this course offers one hundred female students aged 12 to 14 (Years 8 and 9), an opportunity to explore the subject of engineering through a series of real-life challenges. - February 19, 2014
This Easter, The Smallpeice Trust will run a Cyber Security course at Royal Holloway, University of London. This residential course takes place from 14th to 16th April and gives fifty 13 and 14 year old students (Year 9) the unique opportunity to explore some of the threats to cyberspace and the techniques that can be used to provide cyber security. - February 15, 2014
From 14th to 17th April, The Smallpeice Trust will be running the ECITB Engineering Experience course at Harper Adams University College in Newport, Shropshire. Sponsored by the Engineering Construction Industry Training Board, this course offers one hundred students, aged 13 and 14 (Year 9), the unique opportunity to be mentored by engineering construction professionals as they take part in a series of hands on workshops and demonstrations. - February 14, 2014
The Smallpeice Trust will run an Artificial Intelligence course sponsored and hosted by the University of Exeter. This residential course takes place from 14th to 17th April and gives forty-five students, aged 13 and 14 (Year 9) the unique opportunity to explore the world of computer science as they help machines find solutions to complex problems in a more human like fashion. - February 13, 2014
Forty nine budding engineers from across the UK, recently attended a Computing and Microelectronics residential course hosted by Electronics and Computer Science (ECS) at the University of Southampton last week. Sponsored by ARM, the course provided the 15 to 17 year old students the opportunity to explore... - August 16, 2013
From 30th July to 2nd August, fifty aspiring young engineers from across the UK were given a unique insight into what is involved in the design and construction of a structure. Organised by educational charity, The Smallpeice Trust and sponsored by Coventry University and the Institution of Structural... - August 15, 2013
Forty students aged 14 and 15 (S3) from schools across the UK, recently attended the Marine Technology course from 21st to 25th July at the University of Strathclyde in Glasgow. The residential programme Fame Transportationniversity of Strathclyde and was financially supported by Lloyd’s Register Foundation (LRF). - August 14, 2013
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