Our Robotics and Engineering programmes are hands-on. Students work in teams to solve problems, design, build and operate equipment.
We link activities to specific roles within engineering to anchor our programmes in the real world.
According to WES (Women’s Engineering Society), women make up 14.5% of all engineers. Although this figure represents an increase of 25.7% since 2016 it still means that women are massively underrepresented in this employment sector. We make students aware of organisations that support women in engineering as well as introducing them to opportunities for individuals from low-income families and disadvantaged backgrounds.
All programmes are practical, fun, and dynamic experiences.
Our goal is to get students excited about engineering and whet their appetites for exploring careers in this field.