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From 29th July to 1st August, 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,... - August 14, 2013
From 22nd to 25th July, 50 students from across the UK attended a residential course to find out more about low carbon energy sources. Sponsored by global energy services company Senergy, this course enabled the 15 and 16 year old students to spend time learning about new, renewable energy sources such as tidal, wave and wind energy, through a series of presentations and practical exercises. - August 11, 2013
From 22nd to 25th 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 Trust, in collaboration with the National Nuclear Laboratory. - August 11, 2013
From 24th to 26th July, fifty promising young engineers from Coventry and Warwickshire enjoyed a unique hands-on learning experience at Coventry University. Sponsored by the 29th May 1961 Charitable Trust and Coventry University and organised by educational charity, The Smallpeice Trust, the residential... - August 10, 2013
From 29th July to 1st August, twenty-four students from across the UK, attended a Biomedical Engineering course at the University of Southampton developed by The Smallpeice Trust, and generously sponsored by the Institute of Physics and Engineering in Medicine (IPEM). - August 10, 2013
From 15th to 18st July, forty-eight 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 28, 2013
From 15th to 18th July, sixty 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 Nuclear Laboratory (NNL). - July 28, 2013
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. - July 27, 2013
From 15th to 18th July, 26 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... - July 27, 2013
From 8th to 11th 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 first-hand about this revolutionary science. - July 26, 2013
One hundred students from schools across the UK recently attended a Marine Technology course from the 9th to 12th July at the University of Southampton. 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 industry and the diverse and rewarding careers that it can offer. - July 26, 2013
From 15th to 18th July, fifty promising 12 and 13 year olds from across the UK benefited from a unique hands-on learning experience at Lancaster University. This four-day residential programme was organised by The Smallpeice Trust and sponsored by BAE Systems to engage students and provide them with... - July 25, 2013
From 8th to 10th July, 28 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 25, 2013
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 and Microsoft, the course opened up the eyes of the 16 and 17 year-old students, showing them how computers influence how we live, what we do and where we travel. - July 24, 2013
From 8th to 11th 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. - July 24, 2013
From 1st to 5th July, 14- and 15-year-old students from across the UK enjoyed a unique Engineering Experience course at the National Grid Training Centre near Newark, Nottinghamshire. - July 17, 2013
From 2nd to 5th July, one hundred students gathered at the University of Bath to attend a specially designed Railway Engineering residential course. Sponsored by the National Skills Academy for Railway Engineering (NSARE) and Lloyd’s Register Foundation (LRF), this course forms part of a major initiative to encourage young people to consider railway engineering as a future career. - July 17, 2013
From 24th to 27th June, forty teenagers from across the UK had the unique opportunity to explore the engineering behind modern mobile communications. Organised by educational charity, The Smallpeice Trust and sponsored by Cardiff University, students gained a valuable practical knowledge of the principles,... - July 14, 2013
From 1st to 4th July, thirty-five promising young engineers from across the UK benefited from a unique hands-on learning experience at Oxford Brookes University. This popular four-day residential programme was organised by The Smallpeice Trust in partnership with Oxford Brookes University. Working alongside... - July 14, 2013
From 24th to 26th June, seventy nine students gathered at the University of South Wales, to attend a specially designed Engineering Experience residential course. In partnership with First Campus at the University of South Wales, The Smallpeice Trust ran this free course to encourage 13 and 14 year old... - July 12, 2013
From 24th June to 27th June, sixty teenagers from across the UK enjoyed a unique learning experience at the University of Portsmouth. Sponsored by the University of Portsmouth, this 4-day residential course gave students a valuable insight into the field of electronic engineering. During the course... - July 12, 2013
Pupils from four Leeds schools teamed up to create some cracking designs when they took on the Smallpeice Trust vehicle safety challenge, using eggs as their crash test dummies. The pupils were taking part in a scheme to promote further study and careers in STEM disciplines (science, technology, engineering... - June 14, 2013
From 8th to 12th April, fifty students from schools across the country, enjoyed a unique work experience course at the National Grid Training Centre near Newark, Nottinghamshire. - May 03, 2013
From 8th to 10th April, forty three students from the Bury St Edmunds area benefited from a unique hands-on learning experience hosted at Culford School. The three-day residential programme, led by national educational charity, The Smallpeice Trust and sponsored by the local William and Ellen Vinten... - May 03, 2013
From 10th to 13th April, forty-four promising students from across the UK benefited from a unique hands-on learning experience about artificial intelligence at the University of Exeter. - May 02, 2013
From 9th to 11th April, forty nine students aged 14 and 15 gathered at Rugby School to attend a specially designed Physics in Engineering residential course. Sponsored by The Ferreras Willetts Family, The Ogden Trust, the Royal Commission for the Exhibition of 1851 and the University of Warwick, this... - May 02, 2013
From 3rd to 5th April, forty seven students from North Wales learned how to solve some of the challenges facing the nuclear industry. - May 01, 2013
From 8th to 10th April, ninety five 13 and 14 year olds from across the UK benefited from a unique hands-on engineering learning experience at the University of Liverpool. - May 01, 2013
From 2nd to 5th April, 96 promising students from across the UK benefitted from a unique learning experience at Harper Adams University College in Shropshire. Sponsored by the Engineering Construction Industry Training Board (ECITB) and delivered by educational charity The Smallpeice Trust, this 4-day... - April 28, 2013
From 20th to 22nd March, seventy students gathered at the University of Southampton, to attend a specially designed "Get Ahead with STEM" engineering experience residential course. In partnership with the University of Southampton, The Smallpeice Trust ran this free course to encourage 13 and... - April 28, 2013
400 students from schools across Wales have been recently busy testing their knowledge of Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths (STEM) during a two-part Wind Turbine Day Challenge. The project was set by educational charity The Smallpeice Trust and funded by The Institution of Engineering and Technology... - March 23, 2013
William Hulme’s Grammar School students put their science, technology, engineering and maths skills to the test in a one-day challenge set by educational charity, The Smallpeice Trust and sponsored by KYOCERA Document Solutions UK Ltd, one of the world’s leading document solutions companies. - March 21, 2013
The Smallpeice Trust will be running a Marine Technology course from 9th to 12th July at the University of Southampton, sponsored by The Lloyd’s Register Educational Trust and supported by Babcock. - March 15, 2013
The Smallpeice Trust has a Marine Technology course which will take place from 21st to 25th July, at the University of Strathclyde. - March 15, 2013
The Smallpeice Trust will run an inspiring Low Carbon Energy Challenge for fifty 15 and 16 year old students (Year 11) taking place at Newcastle University from 22nd to 25th July. - March 14, 2013
Independent educational charity The Smallpeice Trust has recently launched a Mobile Communications course which is sponsored and hosted by Cardiff University from the 1st to 4th July. - March 13, 2013
The Smallpeice Trust will be running a BAE Systems Engineering Experience course at Lancaster University, sponsored by global company BAE Systems from 15th to 18th July 2013. - March 13, 2013
350 students from schools across Staffordshire have recently been busy testing their knowledge of Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths (STEM) during a High-Flyers’ Finale competition set by educational charity The Smallpeice Trust and funded by the Garfield Weston Foundation. The 13 to 14... - March 09, 2013
Independent educational charity, The Smallpeice Trust is looking for 13 and 14 year old students (Year 9) with an interest in engineering and technology to apply to attend a foundation Engineering Experience course at the University of Liverpool from 8th to 10th April. The course offers students an... - March 08, 2013
The University of Portsmouth is sponsoring and hosting an Electronic Engineering residential course from 24th to 27th June. This course is designed for sixty 14 and 15 year old students (Year 10) and offers a hands-on opportunity to learn and develop the skills of an electronics engineer. - March 08, 2013
From 30th July to 2nd August, fifty-six students aged 13-14 attended a specially designed Railway Engineering residential course at Askham Bryan College, York. Sponsored by the National Skills Academy for Railway Engineering (NSARE) and The Lloyd’s Register Educational Trust (The LRET), this course... - August 09, 2012
From 30th July to 2nd August, thirty-six promising young engineers 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 4-day residential course provided students with an opportunity... - August 08, 2012
From the 30th July to 2nd August, fifty students from the UK and Saudi Arabia gained a unique insight into nuclear marine engineering. Leading engineering support services company, Babcock, the Defence Academy and the Royal Navy teamed up with educational charity, The Smallpeice Trust to offer the opportunity. The... - August 05, 2012
From 23rd to 26th 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, was organised by The Smallpeice Trust, in collaboration with the Engineering Construction... - August 04, 2012
From 24th to 27th July, 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, students gained a valuable practical... - August 04, 2012
From 23rd to 26th 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, submarines and commercial ships. - August 03, 2012
From 23rd to 26th July, 50 students from across the UK attended a residential course to learn more about low carbon energy sources. Sponsored by global energy services company Senergy, this course enabled the 15 and 16 year old students to spend time learning about new, renewable energy sources such... - July 29, 2012
From 16th to 19st July, 50 teenagers from across the UK had the unique opportunity to learn about how railway technologies come together to create state-of-the-art, safe and efficient transport systems. Sponsored by the National Skills Academy for Railway Engineering (NSARE) and The Lloyd’s Register Educational Trust (The LRET), this course forms part of a major initiative to encourage young people to consider railway engineering as a possible career in the future. - July 27, 2012
From 16th to 19th July, 30 aspiring young engineers from across the UK enjoyed a unique learning experience at the University of Exeter’s Tremough Campus, near Penryn. The group of 15 to 17 year olds spent four days at the University’s Camborne School of Mines (CSM), learning about mining and minerals through a jam-packed timetable of educational and fun activities. - July 27, 2012
Sixty teenagers from across the UK have been learning how to solve some of the key challenges facing the nuclear industry in a four-day residential course, held at Lancaster University, organised by educational charity The Smallpeice Trust and sponsored by the National Nuclear Laboratory (NNL). - July 22, 2012
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