Download this A4 brochure to take to meetings or send to colleagues.
Download the UTC brand guidelines
Download the 'Construction and the built environment' report
Download the 'Respected' research by the Royal Academy of Engineering (RAEng)
A5 UTC Sponsorship Brochure - Read about ways to support the UTC movement
Outlines the key messages to be used when discussing UTCs.
This report reviews trends in technical and vocational education since 1945
Learn more about the JCB Academy from this powerpoint presentation
Read the evidence submitted to the Wolf Commission by the Baker Dearing Educational Trust
A college for students aged 14 to 18 which specialises in technical
studies and is sponsored by a university. It offers full time
courses which combine practical and academic studies. Employers are
involved from the start in shaping the curriculum.
11 is too early to choose a subject path to follow and 16 is too
late. Students who know what they want to do can often become bored
at school and so underachieve by the time they are 16.
Yes. Usually they have two specialisms e.g. engineering and
Employers play a major part in UTCs. They help plan what students
are going to learn and ensure that the qualifications students gain
are what employers require. They also meet the students on work
placements in order to get to know them.
Students can either go onto to a higher level apprenticeship in
employment or onto a university. The UTC will help them decide
which is the best route for them.
This will vary but all offer GCSEs in at least English, maths and
science combined with a modern foreign language, a humanities
subject and practical and technical qualifications which are
recognised by employers and universities.
Baker Dearing Educational Trust
Tel: 020 7960 1555
An initiative of and promoted by the Baker Dearing Educational
Trust, supported by the Edge Foundation, Gatsby
Foundation, The Department
for Education and Garfield
Baker Dearing Educational Trust is a registered charity and a
company limited by guarantee registered at the above address in
England and Wales.
Registered Charity No 1138894 Registered
Company No 7390138.
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