The ninth Tomorrow’s Engineers Week returns this year from 8 to 12 November 2021.
GBSIoT recommends Tomorrow’s Engineers Week Schools COP on Monday 8 November as Schools and young people around the UK come together to discuss the importance of net zero and explore how engineers are at the heart of tackling the climate crisis.
The Schools COP broadcast will be available to all schools across the UK from Monday 8 November together with lesson plans and supporting information to give students the opportunity to learn more about engineering and the positive impact that it can have on the climate emergency.
Tomorrow’s Engineers Week provides a unique opportunity for schools, employers, professional institutions, and engineers to drive interest in engineering careers, showing young people that engineering is a creative, problem solving, exciting career that improves the world around us and is playing an active part in achieving net zero.
Register interest of your school (or youth group) in watching Schools COP, and for advance access to the lesson plans.
Schools are invited to vote on the ideas already put forward and submit their students’ own suggestions about how we can tackle the issues due to be discussed at the #COP26 Climate Summit in Glasgow.
Inspiring the future generation of engineers
Tomorrow’s Engineers Week is a celebration of engineering designed to highlight to young people that engineering is a creative, problem solving, exciting career that improves the world around us.
Engineering institutions, employers and schools will have the opportunity to come together to deliver inspiring activity and invite young people to discuss solutions to the climate crisis.
The event will also explore how the engineers behind technological and scientific breakthroughs will be at the heart of the world’s response to climate change in the coming years.
Register on Tomorrows Engineers week website at: https://teweek.org.uk/register-for-schools-cop/