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Welcome to our March and April Half Term Roundup, taking a look at our spring term and life at the ENL UTC. 

Whilst many conversations and news bulletins may feel overwhelmed with news of Covid-19, our interactive newsletter has been designed to highlight the positive stories, projects, trips and work here at the Engineering UTC Northern Lincolnshire. From supporting key workers and the WiME event, to mental health champions and our awards assembly.

To read our roundup, please follow the link below. 

North Lincolnshire Council

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Keeping people safe well, prosperous and connected.

The council is responsible for providing a wide range of public services to the people of our county. Our councillors are elected democratically by the people of North Lincolnshire. They are active at the heart of their local communities, listening to your concerns and responding to the needs of the public, to deal with the issues that are important to you where you live. North Lincolnshire Council, also act as a champion and spokesperson for its people.

We are proud to partner with North Lincolnshire Council, to help fulfill the regions STEM skills gap by encouraging our young people to thrive and succeed within industry.

What is North Lincolnshire Council?

Visit their official website to find out more.

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UK Stem, offers a comprehensive service to support the use of Crumble software hardware, for children of all ages. Working closely with the Crumble developers since the software was created, UK STEM has ran over 50 teacher training courses and delivered hundreds of hours of activities within schools.

Crumble, is a small circuit board that can be programmed using a computer and is heavily inspired by the drag-and-drop programming language, Scratch. The board encourages our young people to explore, create and evaluate a range of solutions. It also expands on their coding, computing and electronics knowledge to embed intelligence in products.

We are proud to partner with UK STEM, to bring our students exciting STEM activities that further advance their knowledge and skills.

“We are delighted that the ENL UTC is taking a proactive role in developing its STEM ethos so all students can apply their learning to real world contexts and understand what their careers in the future will look like.”

Discover more about UK STEM.

Follow the buttons below to find out more about UK STEM, and how they have brought together a wide range of expertise into STEM innovation.

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ABP is the UK’s leading and best-connected port owner and operator. With a network of 21 ports around Britain, ABP offer unparalleled marine, road and rail access to domestic and international markets.

ABP Humber, consists of the ports of Immingham, Hull, Grimsby and Goole. They support over 33,000 jobs, handle more than 65 million tonnes of cargo and deal £75 billion of trade every year! Their continued investment in infrastructure, equipment and systems, ensures the ports are capable of delivering the supply chain solutions customers need.

ABP Humber, offer an exciting four year apprenticeship scheme that is split by the disciplines of electrical and mechanical. The apprenticeship sees candidates based at the Port of Immingham and Hull, where they have the opportunity to work closely with industry experts gaining first-hand experience of impressive infrastructures and giant sized kit including cranes, forklifts and tugs. From school leavers, to graduates and mature learners who have the determination to succeed in a new and exciting career. ABP offer nationally recognised qualifications and breadth of experience to help individuals realise their potential.

Working in close partnership with the ENL UTC, our students are able to explore real-world engineering problems alongside industry experts whilst discovering opportunities available within this exciting industry.

“ABP is partnered with the Engineering University Technical College (UTC) based in Scunthorpe which has many students who are keen to pursue a career in engineering, some of whom ABP supports through one-to-one mentoring.

  • Web address: www.abports.co.uk
  • Location: ABP have 21 ports across the Britain. ABP Humber, consists of four ports in Immingham, Grimsby, Hull and Goole
  • Example Jobs: Electrical Engineer and Mechanical Engineer
  • Examples of Engagement & Activity:
    • Student mentor programme, to allow our students the opportunity to learn directly from the experts
    • Specialised projects delivered directly to our students
    • Attendance to ENL UTC events to discuss future career opportunities, including Raising Aspirations Day
    • Business breakfast, allowing our students to further develop their employability skills through interaction with industry
    • Employer talks regarding the roles available within the organisation
    • Onsite visits to discover more about life in industry

Want the opportunity to train with the UK’s leading ports operator?

Follow the button below to find out more about ABP and to watch their company video.

University of Hull Partner Profile

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University is a place to feed the heart and the head. Somewhere to develop yourself personally, socially, academically. Where you say yes to every opportunity and do things you’d never dreamed of. It’s your key to a brilliant future. At the University of Hull, you get it all in equal measure. From their friendly academics, to beautiful campus, and superb facilities, there are more reasons than ever to choose Hull.

As the region’s premier provider of accredited Engineering degree courses, the University of Hull has substantial experience and expertise in Digital Technology, Science and Engineering through undergraduate and postgraduate degrees. Cutting-edge research addresses real world issues, from advancements in Medical Engineering to improvements in the Wind Energy, Renewables Technologies and Environment Sectors.

Ideally suited in supporting the ENL UTC’s aim of preparing our young people for the world of work, our partnership with the university is vital in helping prepare and support students for their future career. Enabling them to discover even more possibilities and opportunities. Working closely together, our students are able to experience life on campus, alongside discovering their top-class facilities that are ideal for them to live and learn.

Free on-line library resources!

In response to the current COVID-19 situation, a number of publishers have made their online resources available for a limited period. University of Hull have shared these links with you, which may help support with your remote studying.

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  • Web address: https://www.hull.ac.uk/
  • Location:Hull, UK, HU6 7RX. How to find get there can be found here.
  • Example Undergraduate Courses: Biomedical Engineering, Chemical Engineering, Computer Science, Mechanical Engineering and Medical Engineering.
  • Entry Requirements: Please see the list of qualifications the University of Hull accept here.
  • Examples of Engagement & Activity:
    • Student mentor programme, to allow our students the opportunity to learn directly from the experts
    • Specialised talks around the real world applications of Science and Engineering from a university lecturer
    • Attendance to ENL UTC events to discuss future post-16 opportunities
    • Interactive masterclasses at the university, for our students to find out more about the engineering courses available
    • Invitations to special events with talks from industry experts, researchers and university lecturers
    • Campus visits and tours
    • Year 10 and 12 Summer School, to discover more about life at university and the course available
    • UCAS events for students to kick start their research into what comes next

Want to find out more about studying at the University of Hull?

Whichever university you consider, it’s important to know the facts before you make your choice. Follow the buttons below to find out more.