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Access to the Professions Booking Form – Teesside University

Access to the Professions is an exciting new strand of activity, developed in collaboration with Teesside University and the North East Raising Aspiration Partnership for young students in Years 8 and 9 to experience a full day of interactive STEM related activity.

The purpose of the activity is to provide students who already have a particular interest in STEM with an introduction to a subject and professional route that they may not have yet considered. Students will gain an insight to Digital Innovation Technology and will have the chance to participate in a number of interactive workshops.

Students will also have the opportunity to hear from a number of local employers with a particular focus on their experience and current roles in the subject area. We would like to invite you to nominate up to 15 students with a particular interest in Science, Technology, Engineering or Maths with great potential in this area to participate in this opportunity.

Access to the Professions aims to contextualise the subjects that student learn at school with a career focus relevant to the North East. Students will therefore directly benefit by linking a subject of interest to a potential career path. To nominate a student, please complete the form below and a member of the team will be in contact shortly to confirm your spaces.

Access to the Professions - Digital Innovation Technology, Teesside University
Please enter the name of a member of staff who we can liaise with regarding this booking.
Correspondence regarding this visit will be sent to this address.
Please note that we can accept a maximum of 45 students across this event. Therefore we will allocate an equal number of students from each applying school.
The data collected through this form and during the Access to the Professions activities will be stored in accordance with the Data Protection Act (1998), used for selection purposes and to administer and manager the application. In addition, this data may also be shared with and used by the Higher Education Funding Council for England (HEFCE), your local authority, Durham University, Newcastle University, Northumbria University, the University of Sunderland and Teesside University, for monitoring purposes to help evaluate the effectiveness of this activity. These parties will not use this young person’s record in any way that would affect them individually nor will any resulting report or statistics be made available in a form that identifies a young person individually.

North East Raising Aspiration Partnership
Level 3, King's Gate
Newcastle University

Tel: 0191 208 3128