Produced by the Learning and Skills Improvement Service (LSIS), these case studies describe work done by practitioners to support learners’ progression through STEM, whether from school to college, or to HE or employment.

The projects, drawn from organisations across the FE and skills sector, explore a variety of activities aimed at enabling and encouraging learners’ journeys through STEM, including:
• Career taster events
• Tailored resources and induction materials
• Developing and marketing new STEM courses
• Intensive support sessions
• Student peer-mentoring
• Links with schools
• Employer engagement.



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Aspire Higher - Technology Careers

This case study explores the intention of a provider to engage young learners in engineering and technology. Key to the project was the involvement of parents, employers and a range of STEM Ambassadors. Information on career pathways in engineering being the focus, an innovative approach in making engineering...