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ICE Yorkshire and Humber works with local schools across the region to help promote STEM (science, technology, engineering and maths) subjects and encourage pupils to consider a career in civil engineering.
We have a range of multimedia resources for teachers, careers advisers, parents, and volunteer ICE ambassadors.
So if you want an activity for a class or club – something hands-on, that's tried and tested – you'll find it here. We also have PowerPoint presentations, videos, careers information and useful links to lots more.
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ICE also works with Tomorrow's Engineers, which provides clear information on careers in engineering. The Tomorrow's Engineers careers materials:
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Find our more about some of the activities we've carried out in the region. If you've got any questions, or are interested in running an event then please contact us.
Yorkshire and Humber's 'Ambassadors' took part in Otley Science Fair in Otley, West Yorkshire, to get members of the public involved in civil engineering-themed activities.
The event encouraged visitors of all ages to find out more about science and engineering by taking part in a range of interactive activities.
Ambassadors challenged people to build a bridge using only rolled up paper, nuts and bolts. The truss bridges (bridges formed by triangular units) were tested to show the forces acting through the paper, and the importance of quality control in construction. They were then compared with bridges in the real world.
Visitors were also challenged to build part of the team's giant tetrahedron.
If you think you could help inspire the next generation of engineers, then we want to hear from you!
We're always on the look out for new Ambassadors to visit schools and help enthuse children across the region.
If you're interested we want to hear from you.
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Bridlington is a major resort on Yorkshire's east coast, with two wide sandy beaches and a busy harbour. Both beaches have been awarded Blue Flags in the past, but improvements were needed to meet more stringent water quality standards.
The aim of Yorkshire Water's £40m scheme was to improve the way waste water was managed in Bridlington to to help the town's beaches achieve the new 'Excellent' standard.
The project included the largest diameter long-sea outfall of its kind in the UK, pumping stations, and a tunnel under the town. Local school children were given the chance to name the giant Tunnel Boring Machine, and 'Crystal' was chosen to reflect the 'crystal clear' quality of the water after the works were completed.
Originator of scheme: Yorkshire Water
Contractors: MGJV (onshore works), ABCO Marine Limited (offshore works)
Designers: Ove Arup and Partners, Grontmij (part of MGJV) (onshore works), RPS Consulting Engineers (offshore works).
Completion: January 2015
Location: Bridlington, East Yorkshire
More information: Yorkshire Water
If you want to know more about civil engineering, then you're in the right place. Our What is civil engineering section contains a wealth of information, including:
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To help promote civil engineering achievements close to you and across the UK, we're running a campaign called This is Civil Engineering. We're highlighting projects across Yorkshire and Humber that are helping to improve lives and improve our environment.
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If you're interested in a university or college course in civil engineering, it's important to make sure that the course you choose is 'accredited'. This means that it meets the Engineering Council's quality and curriculum standards.
Having accredited academic qualifications will make it easier for you to become professionally qualified as a chartered engineer (CEng), incorporated engineer (IEng), or engineering technician (EngTech). Use our course search to find accredited courses throughout the UK.
Please see the list below for accredited centres offering engineering degree courses in the region.
If you're already studying a civil engineering course, then you could be eligible for our FREE student membership.
Becoming a member of ICE offers you a wealth of benefits, from access to free resources like our Ask Brunel service (get an answer to any civil engineering question!), to a free subscription to New Civil Engineer (NCE) magazine.
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If you're thinking about your career options, we're here to help. Our careers section contains a wealth of information on what you need to do to become a civil engineer. You can find out more about the qualifications you'll need, how your career could advance and how we can help you to become a professionally qualified civil engineer
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