Careers

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Radiography Careers

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Future Morph: career related resources for science and maths

These Science Council resources provide careers-related contexts to support teaching of the science and mathematics subject curricula. The materials help students understand the relevance of science and mathematics to a wide range of career routes, many of which they do not necessarily associate with these subjects. The resources include short video profiles of people who use science and maths in their job. Each video is linked to a practical activity suggested in the Resources Booklet and described in detail in the teachers' notes accompanying every video.

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Born to Engineer

In response to the shortage of trained engineers, the Electrical Research Association (ERA) Foundation launched Born to Engineer, a campaign to inspire young people to become the engineers of the future. At the heart of the campaign is a series of high quality short films, each featuring an engineer with an inspiring story.
 

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Working in The Nuclear Industry

In this film, from the Institute of Mechanical Engineers, two young engineers talk about their jobs in the nuclear industry, and explain how nuclear power is providing reliable, low-carbon energy for the UK
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Faces of Chemistry

Faces of Chemistry is a collection of videos and resources produced by the Royal Society of Chemistry (RSC) to highlight the importance of chemistry in real life and the different applications. The series explores how chemical research leads to new products and technologies, highlights careers opportunities from studying chemistry and includes some chemists talking about their inspiration, work and careers

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STEM careers toolkit

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