STEM in the North – Professional Learning Opportunities


In our North regional team we have developed two streams of professional learning specifically targeted towards those working in the Northern Alliance region (in terms of contexts and examples).
They are online sessions though so practitioners from other regions are most welcome to join us!
STEM Industry in the North has been developed in partnership with members of the UHI STEM partnership, specifically HIE, Science Skills Academy, SSERC STEM Ambassadors and SDS. We are really excited about these sessions which will focus on specific STEM sectors that are growing in the region. We will hear from people in these sectors about their role, their career pathways and the future of their industry.

In the first session on Wednesday 17 November we are joined by Morven Cameron from HIE and Allison Carrington from SDS giving us the big picture of STEM Industry in the North; the context within the region, the economy and changes in the last few years as well as giving an overview of the current & projected Labour Market Information (LMI) and what this means for your learners. They will highlight some of the key growth sectors in the region such as the Blue Economy, Space, Life Sciences, Energy and Digital.

STEM Industry in the North Tickets, Wed 17 Nov 2021 at 17:00 | Eventbrite

This initial session will be followed up with a series of focussed webinars exploring the specific sectors listed and giving you the opportunity to hear from people working within them.

STEM in the North is a varied programme with inputs from our Numeracy & Maths, Creativity and IGBE colleagues. Please see the PDFs below for more information and all Event Brite Links.

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