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Date(s) - 12/12/2017
10:00 am - 2:30 pm

Worthing College



AOSEC is delighted to include this brand new network into our professional development network portfolio.

STEM subjects (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) are the foundations of the industrial and corporate world. While these are some of the most important subjects, they can often be overlooked even though they are skills that are in high demand by employers. This network will allow colleagues the opportunity to explore the implementation and expansion of STEM subjects in their college.

Each agenda will cover a range of topics including, ways to engage students in STEM subjects, case studies, STEM opportunities and training, as well as external organisation input and sign-posting to guidance and resources.

College experiences will play a large role in this network, with colleagues being asked to share best practice and methods.

Group discussions will feature at every network, giving delegates the opportunity to raise any concerns or challenges.

Upcoming meeting

10:00 Registration and refreshments
10:30 Welcome and introductions

Paul Bailey, Events and Project Manager, AOSEC

10:40 College activity and practice

  • This introductory roundtable discussion will give colleagues the opportunity to highlight work and approaches being undertaken in their college, as well as challenges and concerns they would like to share with the group.

Colleagues are ask to prepare thoughts and comments

Introduced by Paul Bailey, Events and Project Manager, AOSEC

11:00 STEM Learning – update

Helen Roberts, Consultant, STEM Learning

11:20 Questions & discussion
11:40 Developing and launching the STEM Academy

  • How the strategy was developed
  • Employer engagement

Jenny Thompson, Assistant Principal Teaching and Learning, Worthing College

12:00 Questions & discussion
12:20 Future Innovators Toolkit

  • A new resource from the UK Intellectual Property Office for A Level STEM students
  • Aims to introduce IP and its relevance to students lives and future careers
  • Students also develop employability and enterprise skills

Lisa Redman, Policy Advisor, Intellectual Property Office

12:40 Questions & discussion
13:00 AOSEC regional update

Paul Bailey, Events and Project Manager, AOSEC

13:10 Any other business

Date / venue / topics for next session

13:15 Networking lunch
14:00 Close

If you have any difficulty booking your place via the online form below, please email and we can add you to the delegate list manually.


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