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Scottish Engineering Special Leaders Awards - Part 4

SESLA 2015 Vlog Part 4

If you could be an engineer in Scotland – what would you do? Join the thousands of children already registered for this exciting free competition! In part 4 of this series of vlogs, student engineers take on the design of a 'Trolley for the Elderly'.

In the fourth vlog of the series, be inspired by the Strathclyde University Prototype Team as they discuss why they chose the winning entry, how they are planning on making it and where! Hear advice from the engineers about how to start thinking about your own design and how to develop it.

Scottish Engineering Special Leaders Award Part 4 from Glow Scotland on Vimeo.

You can view Part 1 of this series of blog posts here

You can view Part 2 of this series of blog posts here

You can view Part 3 of this series of blog posts here

 

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Registration for the Scottish Engineering Special Leaders Award 2015 - 2016 is open to all Scottish Primary and Secondary schools. The deadline for entries is 21st April 2016.

If you would like to be a part of this extraordinary event please contact: info@leadersaward.com

Download the information flyer:

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Follow @leadersaward @primaryengineer and #SESLA16 on Twitter.


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