The Biggest Careers Webinar is taking an Engineering Spin!

This November, we’re giving the Big Assembly an engineering spin to help young people take their ideas, passions and dreams and turn them into engineering careers.

Tomorrow’s Engineers Week (#TEWEEK18) Big Assembly is a live video stream to thousands of students across the UK wanting to find out how engineering impacts on the issues they care about, such as saving the environment, animal welfare, staying safe, health and entertainment.

Brought to you during Tomorrow’s Engineers Week (#TEWEEK18)  (5th– 9th November 2018), the first industry focussed Big Assembly aims to get thousands of people online at the same time to learn about how the engineering industry affects them.

Schools, young people, parents, careers advisors and employers from across the nation are invited at 10.30am, on 7th November 2018 to take part in Tomorrow’s Engineers Week (#TEWEEK18).

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FAQ’s

The Big Assembly is aimed at students considering post-secondary school options, parents, teachers and employers; It will be a live video stream, featuring a panel of inspiring engineers who will discuss their careers and the positive impact engineering has on the issues young people care about most.

The Tomorrows Engineer Week Big Assembly forms part of the Year of Engineering and engineers featured will focus on topics young people care about including saving the environment, animal welfare, staying safe, health and entertainment.

Thousands of students are expected to take part and will be able to ask questions to the panel and careers experts live via social media. The Big Assembly will also be available on demand after the live broadcast has finished.

10.30am on 7th November 2018
This coincides with Tomorrow’s Engineers Week (5-9 November 2018) and aims to change perceptions of engineering among young people, their parents and teachers and to inspire future engineers.

First, you need to register to attend at www.bigassembly.org. There will be a the “Test Video” page for those wanting to test their connection closer to the date.
On the day, make sure you log on in time for the 10.30am start and be prepared to ask questions through the links provided in the guidance.

Yes. Anyone who wants the live stream either for themselves or to show to a group will need to register, test and then log on on Wednesday 7 November..

The Big Assembly is a mix of short inspirational films interspersed with live discussion, which will include the opportunity to take questions from viewers. The films examine exciting engineering career options, including more information on the panel. During the discussion, there will be experts on hands to answer questions sent ‘real time’ using email, Instagram, Twitter and Facebook.

They just need to register and check that the connection works, then log in. They can also post questions should they wish to.

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