Engineering in computing
From big data to robotics, these resources for all secondary school students showcase the areas of engineering that people can specialise in.
These resources provide an introduction to big data; how it is processed and analysed and links to artificial intelligence.
How computer systems are designed, built and made to work together to solve problems.
Computer hardware engineering
Today’s economy is driven by digital innovation. Link your lessons to entrepreneurism and invention.
Engineers build secure systems to guard our privacy while allowing the digital economy to flourish.
From getting started with GUIs to the software development lifecycle module, these resources are all about software engineering.
Computers are all around us, providing immersive experiences and interfacing with our bodies and brains. These resources explore how these systems evolve.
Dirty, dangerous or dull tasks are increasingly carried out by robots. Learn about how engineers create such systems.
Bring engineering to life in your classroom with this selection of resources and activities. Whether you want to know more about what engineering is, the range of career opportunities available or how your students can get engaged, these resources are packed full of inspiration.
STEM Ambassadors play an essential role in inspiring the next generation with the world of engineering. Invite a STEM Ambassador into your school or college and hear first-hand how rewarding a career in engineering can be.
Described as professionally life-changing, STEM Insight placements provide a unique opportunity for education staff to experience life in a modern industry or a leading university.
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CPD to boost your confidence
Whether you are looking for CPD at the National STEM Learning Centre, locally or online, there are plenty of ways you can develop your skills.