Free training to inspire children into engineering

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Ever wish you could kick out an intriguing kick-ass answer to your nephews questions about your work? Not quite sure where to start when explaining something so complex for an 8 year old? Or do you get really into it, but maybe too much so, it’s been 20mins and they’ve switched off?

We’ve got just the right workshop for you!

Book onto the 2.5 hour workshop at UWE Bristol Frenchay campus, on Tuesday 13th September, 4 – 6:30pm.

It’s free, fun and will make you fit to fly into the face of those tricky questions kids have the knack of coming up with.

Workshop aims

The expert science communicators from Explorer Dome – an inflatable planetarium company who have been going throughout the UK for over 20 years to wow children with their science shows – will be running the training session.

They’ll provide some top tips and guidance to get attendees thinking, with lots of time dedicated to working together to find some top ideas and cool stories to spark a children’s interest in each engineer’s area of expertise.

It’s set to be a very practical workshop, and you’ll takeaway a specially prepped mini-spiel ready for those questions you might encounter at home, OR, if you fancy volunteering, to inspire kids in the classroom.

Again that’s Tuesday 13th Sept, 4-6:30pm for “Inspiring Children into Engineering” at UWE Bristol.

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You just need to bring along the experiences of engineering individual to you, and this session will grow your confidence in speaking about that journey and your passions to the next generation.

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