8.30-11.30am, Friday 6th December | MCMT, Building 10 Stanmore Industrial Estate, Bridgnorth, WV15 5HR
Made in the Midlands patron MyWorkwear, alongside the Marches Centre of Manufacturing Technology, are bringing the F1 in Schools challenge to schools across Shropshire and Telford and Wrekin. Would you like to be a part of inspiring the next generation?
On 6th December. MyWorkwear are giving MIM members and guest visitors a chance to see how F1 in Schools works, alongside a networking event. As well as providing delegates the opportunity to network and learn about the MCMT, visitors will have the opportunity to visit the schools launch event, which will be running on the same day, and see local schools participating in a number of car design and build workshops. There will be an opportunity to meet like-minded members at the event and speak to the next generation of engineers. There will be an additional optional tour of Classic Motor Cars after the event.
Further information about F1 in Schools
The Marches Centre of Manufacturing and Technology have secured funding via the European Social Fund and they are working closely with delivery partner The STEM Workshop to deliver the F1 in schools challenge. MCMT have partnered up with the University of Wolverhampton, University of Wolverhampton Racing and My Workwear who will support in the delivery and promotion of the challenge regionally. Their aim is to get our local Small-Medium Sized Businesses across Shropshire and Telford and Wrekin involved.
8.30 Coffee / networking prior to 9am start
9.00 Presentations from Key Note Speakers
Brian Sims, ex Commercial Director, Benetton Formula 1 / motivational speaker / author
Chris Greenough Salop Design and Engineering
9.15/20 Rhian Emery - MCMT
9.30 Introductions for attendees
10.00 F1 in schools tour
11.00 Further networking
11.30 Option Classic Motor Car Tour
If you are interested in mentoring a school, please contact [email protected]
Our networking events have become very popular. Please make sure you have booked your tickets early.
To go on the tour, it is advisable to not wear open-toed shoes.
This event is for Made in the Midlands members and non member manufacturers. Non-members must either be manufacturers or engineers.