We know what it takes to enable young people to perform at their best. We develop young people across the UK through our skills development programme as part of Team UK to represent the United Kingdom on an international stage at the Skill Olympics.
Our Technical Masterclasses will help build confidence and new skills to give students and apprentices the cutting edge above their peers that will support them on their learning programme as they progress to higher technical learning or employment.
You can access the Technical Masterclasses from our Skills Development Hub.
This will help learners create accurate 2D and 3D models, gaining a deeper understanding of tools, techniques and skills to improve productivity.
This will help learners improve their skills in soldering, identifying and using a selection of PPE and using hand tools to support component preparation.
This will help learners acquire the necessary skills to tape wires, wire plant materials, form units for a shoulder corsage and assemble wired elements into it.
After this masterclass learners will be better able to explain inputs and outputs into a PLC, explain the function of several sensor types, explain what a case structure is in PLC programming and program a short PLC program.
This will help learners improve their hand skills so as not to be reliant on machines and power tools when cutting a commonly used joint.
This will help learners acquire the necessary skills to create a multi-storey architectural project information model (PIM), including walls, windows, doors and a roof.
This will help learners develop the necessary skills to create a solution using Flowcode 8 to display outputs on a LCP Panel from given inputs which come in both analogue and digital format.
This will help learners acquire the necessary skills to prepare, cook and present four plated portions of cream of vegetable soup.
reflect on world-class standards to inform the practice of vocational teaching and learning
introduce lean principles to showcase the importance in improving efficiency and work organisation
showcase excellence and build on ideas and practices from other countries
develop work-related attributes to develop occupational expertise
test and challenge a student and apprentices’ ability to apply learning
aid practical problem solving and critical reflection on experience, including learning from mistakes in real and simulated settings