As part of its annual manufacturing awards, NDMA is pleased to announce the
Technology Awards 2019
An opportunity for school and college students (aged 13-19) to showcase their technology project and win an industry award.
Winners will be invited to receive their awards at the prestigious annual North Devon Manufacturing Association Awards event, to be held on the evening of Thursday 16th May 2019 at the Barnstaple Hotel.
There’s also a cash prize of £100!
Submissions welcome from students independently, or through your school, college or institution.
Closing date: Wednesday 8th May 2019 – 4pm
To enter, please submit A3 colour photocopies of your work, including the following:
project brief | development ideas | specification | evaluation | marketing plan
Deliver entries for judging to: PETROC RECEPTION Sticklepath Hill, Barnstaple, Devon, EX31 2BQ
Our goal is for projects submitted to fit in with your curriculum and current coursework that is being developed within lessons.
- We are not asking for participants to undertake a separate piece of work but to please submit EXCERPTS from their projects that they are working on within GCSE curriculum, A Level curriculum, BTEC or similar.
- Two categories for age-groups 13-16 and 16-19 years.
- We are looking for analysis and innovation within entries.
- We can arrange for NDMA STEM Ambassadors to come into your school/college to discuss how current projects can be used and/or tailored for entry if required.
- We adopt an all-inclusive approach to entries and welcome entries from all students participating in technology.
This is a great opportunity to showcase your talent to industry employers. Previous participants and winners have gone onto to secure work experience, opportunities for funded education and opportunities for long term employment and career development.
Please do not hesitate to contact Paul Mullen at PMullen@anglo-krempel.com or Janet Phillips at firstname.lastname@example.org for further information, clarification or help with arranging for themselves or appoint a further STEM Ambassador to come into your school to discuss further.