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Getting Girls into Engineering: a Practical Guide

This London Engineering Project guide, from the Royal Academy of Engineering, describes efforts to attract more girls to engineering as a choice of subject for study and as a career.

The guide aims to share the effective practice developed by the UKRC in the area of gender inclusion and focuses on sections of the population where girls are the most under-represented in UK engineering.

Contents of this book are:

*The problem
*The LEP

*Workshops and training
*In practice - environment and materials
*The role of the ambassadors

LEP/UKRC Guidelines
*Introduction to the guidelines
*Gender inclusion and cultural diversity guidelines

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