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Engaging with young people about engineering? Watch our new video

A new video top tips for preparing, find out where to get ICE education resources and learn a few important ‘dos’ and ‘don’ts’ that will help make your experience more fun, successful and safe.

Top tips for ICE engineers visiting schools or running public events.
Top tips for ICE engineers visiting schools or running public events.

If you’re planning to visit a school or an event with young people to present civil engineering careers or activities, then make sure you watch our handy new video guide.

The video provides a few important ‘dos’ and ‘don’ts’ that will help make your experience more fun, successful and safe.

Get involved in ICE education activities

We recommend that any UK-based ICE engineers who are going to be regularly engaging with young people should sign up to become a STEM Ambassador with STEM Learning. Registration is free and offers a useful training session and police check certification to give schools the confidence to invite you to engage with their students. It also means that we’ll be able to offer you opportunities to get involved in fun local education events.

For more information on all ICE education and inspiration activities, contact us at careers@ice.org.uk

For more useful education resources check out our resources webpage at ice.org.uk/educationresources.

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