Imperial College London are offering Civil Engineering Workshops for 8-13 year olds on Saturdays from 2pm-4pm. “If you have ever turned on a tap, used a bathroom, or visited a pupil space (like a road, building, or bridge) today, then you have used or visited a project that civil engineers helped to design and build. Civil engineers provide people with safe drinking water and sanitation, and protect communities from earthquakes and floods. This important work is combined with a desire to make structures that are as beautiful and environmentally sound, as they are functional and cost effective. Children aged 8-13 will have a unique and exclusive opportunity to develop and apply their numeracy, literacy and problem solving skills through all sub-disciplines of civil engineering including basic concepts presented in a real life context. Your child will also develop their observational techniques, field identification techniques and teamwork skills in order to reinforce concepts through a wide variety of hand-on activities while having fun! Children will also discover and explore concepts of well-known civil engineering landmarks in London and around the world. Our civil engineering course includes the design and construction of buildings, roads, bridges and dams. We aim to inspire children to learn outside the box and expand their world view by developing problem solving skills and teamwork from an early age”. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org or 0203 059 7907 for more information or to enrol on the programme.
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