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National Science & Engineering Week Information session London

Wednesday, 10 October, 2012 - 20:00 to 22:00

Every year over 2 million people take part in National Science & Engineering Week (NSEW) events around the UK.

Lots of different organisations use the week as a platform for raising the profile of their organisation locally. Museums and other visitor venues use the Week to widen and develop audiences.  Community groups might organise a family fun day with a science twist, the possibilities are endless! 

At this workshop you will find out about:  

•Hands-on activity ideas
•Practical elements of organising and running events
•Funding hints and tips
•Activities and event formats tried and tested
•How to find presenters and/or activity partners near you  
•Details of the 2013 theme and national projects •Free resources for teachers and other organisers

You will be able to network and brainstorm ideas with other event organisers from a diverse range of organisations including schools, colleges, universities, museums, local community groups, charities and businesses.

Booking is essential as places are limited. If you have a question about the information session please contact:   Penny Fletcher, National Science & Engineering Week Project Manager

0207 0194937

Booking information: 
General Science and Information
Age group: 
Adults, Professionals and Specialist groups
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