7th - 12th October 2019

Great Malvern, UK

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Schools Outreach

Friday 12th October 2018 (afternoon)

 Gryphon Room, Malvern College, WR14 3PL

An afternoon seminar for senior school students (Years 10 to 13) interested in science, technology, engineering, and design. This is an opportunity to hear about applying these subjects in the real world to pursue an exciting career in the all-important creative economy.

The event is free to attend, but schools need to register in advance.

 


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Year of Engineering

The Year of Engineering is a UK government campaign which celebrates the world and wonder of engineering during 2018. From spaceships to ice skates, the bubbles in chocolate bars to life saving cancer treatment, engineering touches every part of our lives. However, not enough young people – especially young girls – think it’s a world for them. As a result, the industry is struggling to recruit future talent. What’s more, young people are missing out on the chance to make a positive difference to both their futures, that of the planet and everything that calls it home.

YoEgovuk, #YoE

 

Programme


13:30

Registration, Seating & Welcome

@festivalofinnov #InnovateMalvern #STEM #careers #design

 

Unfortunately Dr Bal Choda from Aston Martin is now unable to join us at this event and sends his apologies.


14:00

PHill


From garage workshop to BBC's Dragons' Den

The locally created novel product Pedaldish has just been featured on UK television, winning investment from discerning Dragon Deborah Meaden. With the prototype made in his garage, inventor Pete Hill will talk about the core features of innovative product design, the challenges associated with taking risks, and some thoughts about making career decisions. He'll also explore how 3D printing is enabling budding inventors to design and redesign.

Pete Hill invented the stained-glass bus shelter in 2008; a vandal resistant design which transforms bus shelters into works of art. He founded his own company Petvictus in 2016 to supply new products to the high street based on a range of homemade inventions he uses in his daily life.  His inventions, "Pedaldish - The Lunchbox for Pets" and "Katfone - The Ultrasonic Whistle for Cats", won investment in BBC's Dragons' Den in 2018. He is currently lecturing on innovation and design to new inventors and entrepreneurs offering insight and advice on their business journeys. Pete lives in Worcestershire, where he continues to design and invent new products. 


14:30

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Designing and manufacturing a luxury car

Hear from Azam Din and Matthew Humphreys, graduate employees of Jaguar Land Rover, as they explain what it is like to work for one of the UK's leading premium car manufacturers and how they help design the next generation of automotive vehicle. They'll be driving to the venue in the new Jaguar I-PACE, an advanced electric SUV that has just been launched onto the UK and US markets.

@JLRCareers, @JLR_News


15:00

Q&A and Mini Exhibition

Chance to ask our speakers questions and tour the mini exhibition.


15:45

Close

 

Mini Exhibition

Subject to change


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Jaguar Land Rover will be showing their new Jaguar I-PACE electric luxury sports/utility car.

@JLRCareers, @JLR_News


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Institution of Mechanical Engineers works with leading companies, universities, and think tanks to create and share knowledge, fresh thinking and authoritative guidance on all aspects of mechanical engineering.

@IMechE, @IMechE_Worcs


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STEM Ambassadors use their enthusiasm and commitment to encourage young people to enjoy STEM subjects. They open the doors to a world of opportunities and possibilities which come from pursuing STEM subjects and careers. STEM Ambassadors not only inspire young people, they also support teachers in the classroom by explaining current applications of STEM in industry or research.

@STEMWorcsUni , @STEMLearningUK (@STEMNET previously)

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