Semta offers congratulations to the first cohort of students to pass Advanced Diploma in Engineering
Two new publications aim to help employers in the science, technology, enginnering and mathematics sectors to work successfully with young people in schools.
Eight in-depth case studies of how employers have been engaged in the Diploma in Engineering
Martin Stevens, CEO of A1 Technologies Ltd, backs the call for more work-based learning for young people.
Young people in England will be required to stay on in education or training until the age of 17 from 2013, and until the age of 18 from 2015.
A Newham school is to pilot a scheme which will send pupils to China
Over the next couple of months young people in schools and colleges face some of their most important educational choices.
BLACKBURN with Darwen’s first wave of diploma students are set to graduate
Engineering is becoming an increasingly popular career option for young people according to new figures that show a dramatic increase in numbers of 14-19 year olds studying for a new qualification.