Navigating You To Achieving Your Goals

There are lots of resources available to help you understand more about work experience – what it involves and why it’s important..

STEM Resources

There are lots of resources available to help you understand more about work experience – what it involves and why it’s important. Our resource aim to assist Employers, Teachers & Students access relevant information on the Stem Exchange and the Stem sector. Below are some items which you might find useful:

Employer Resources

Employers' Guide to work experience

If you’re interested in offering work experience opportunities to young people in your area, you may find it useful to read this Employer Guide, which provides a wealth of practical information including sample policies, application form, information for parents, career conversations and learning outcomes for students, as well as key Health & Safety and Safeguarding guidance.

Semta Group

Led by employers, our job is to transform the skills and productivity of the people who power our engineering and advanced manufacturing technologies sectors, enabling UK industry to compete on the global stage.

Year of Engineering

The Year of Engineering is a government campaign, which celebrates the world and wonder of engineering. It also forms an important part of our Industrial Strategy which is committed to boosting engineering across the UK, ensuring everyone has the skills needed to thrive in a modern economy.

Teacher Resources

The Year of Engineering

The Year of Engineering is a government campaign, which celebrates the world and wonder of engineering. It also forms an important part of our Industrial Strategy which is committed to boosting engineering across the UK, ensuring everyone has the skills needed to thrive in a modern economy.

The Year Of Engineering - Get Involved

The Government has announced that it will work with hundreds of industry partners to make 2018 the Year of Engineering – and has pledged to work with them to offer a million direct and inspiring experiences of engineering to young people throughout the year.

Education and Training Foundation (ETF)

ETF is the government-backed, sector-owned national workforce and professional development body for the Further Education (FE) and Training sector. Its role is to support the continuing transformation of the technical and vocational education system by ensuring the sector has world-class leaders, teachers, and trainers.

Student Resources

Picture yourself in an Engineering role

Some of the most diverse and exciting career opportunities on the planet can be found in engineering. From designing the latest military jet to maintaining power stations, engineers are at the very forefront of innovation.

UCAS

UCAS connects people to University, post Uni studies including teacher training, apprenticeships & internships. Find all the information for your next step.

The Institution of Engineering and Technology

Work experience provides many benefits, giving you skills and experience that will allow you stand out to potential employers as well as helping you choose the right sector to work in.

National Careers Service

The National Careers Service provide information, advice, and guidance to help you make decisions on learning, training, and work.

Start to plan out your Engineering career

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Key Facts

74% of 16-18 year olds don’t know of any engineering work experience opportunities (Jobsite 2017)

Working in Partnership With

EAL Working In Partnership With StemExperience
GetMyFirstJob Working In Partnership With StemExperience
Education and Training Foundation Working In Partnership With StemExperience
Year of Engineering Working In Partnership With StemExperience

What Employers Are Saying.

"There is nothing more important to the future of the UK economy than inspiring the next generation – boys and girls and from all walks of life – into STEM careers"

Paul Broadhead, Head of Community Investment & Education Outreach, Rolls-Royce plc