Tomorrow's Engineers

Tomorrow’s Engineers Week (#TEWeek14) takes place from 3-7 November 2014 and aims to change perceptions of engineering among young people (focusing on 11-14s), their parents and teachers.

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There are different routes into engineering.

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"My favourite part of engineering is problem solving."

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"You're working at the edge of science all the time."

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Engineering days out!

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Very smart cars and more - our favourite engineering news stories from the week!

Self driving car - http://bit.ly/1t83AYxWorld’s thinnest electric generator - http://bit.ly/1wvKmNuBalloons in space - http...

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Engineers earn good money.

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"I really wanted to help the environment and reduce the UK's carbon emissions."

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Careers resources

Our resource pack contains everything you need in order to bring engineering to life, including postcards, leaflets, posters and more! Download or request a pack through the post.

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"My apprenticeship means I work and study for my qualifications."

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Engineering is practical... AND creative!

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Tomorrow's Engineers Save the Day

We've created an exciting new multi-media, in-school workshop that aims to introduce your pupils to coding, product design and software engineering. It's ideal for 11-13 year olds.

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Engineering is for everyone.

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"A good pair of silent trainers is essential for a sound engineer!"

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