Tomorrow’s Engineers Live, taking place in London on Monday 11 July, is a free conference and networking event for anyone who wants to make their engineering outreach more impactful. The conference brings together the engineering outreach community to discuss challenges the sector currently faces and share insight to find ways to improve outreach.
It will cover the key challenges of targeting and delivering engineering outreach to diverse groups of young people, ensuring impactful engagement and ways to work collaboratively to really make a difference.
Tomorrow’s Engineers Live brings together a host of inspiring speakers, ready to share their insight and experience and support impactful engagement across the engineering community.
7 ways to improve engineering outreach
Registration is now open to attend Tomorrow’s Engineers Live where you can reserve your place and discover the 7 ways to improve engineering outreach:
1. Understand the challenge
2. Decide the impact you want to have
3. Spotlight modern engineering
4. Smash stereotypes
5. Be actively inclusive
6. Work with others
7. Listen, share and learn
There will be 2 plenaries as well as 6 sessions, running in a block of 3 repeated parallel sessions. This means you’ll be able to attend 2 sessions in the morning and 2 sessions in the afternoon.
Commenting on Tomorrow’s Engineers Live, Dr Hilary Leevers, Chief Executive of EngineeringUK, said: “The Tomorrow’s Engineers Live conference will be a fantastic opportunity to bring together those who care about the diversity and size of the engineering and tech workforce. I am excited to listen, share and learn how we can more effectively showcase modern engineering to young people as well as ways to work collaboratively to really make a difference.
“It’s only by working together, sharing our challenges, collective expertise and insight, that we can hope to inspire the diverse future workforce the country needs. Impactful outreach is vital to inspire future engineers, so let’s come together and commit to make a difference!”
Tomorrow’s Engineers Live is a free conference to attend but tickets should be booked in advance.