KMF are holding an Open Evening at their Education Resource Centre(ERC) on Wednesday 1st March from 4pm to 6pm.
The invite is open to all primary and secondary teachers from Stoke-on-Trent and Staffordshire who teach STEM subjects.
The evening will offer an opportunity for teachers to view and try out the resources available to schools with the aim of them bringing in groups of children to experience and try exciting engineering projects.
KMF staff and apprentices will be on hand to showcase the education resources including LEGO Education, 3D printing and Greenpower Goblin and F24 cars. In addition there will be demonstrations of engineering, fabrication and welding to give a real flavour of work carried out by KMF.
KMF training centre manager, Jenny Conlon commented: "We have been recruiting apprentices and working with schools for the last ten years. We realise how little children know about the exciting and rewarding careers on offer in engineering and manufacturing. The Education Resource Centre gives a real taste of what's on offer with the emphasis on STEM learning being tremendous fun."
Seabridge Primary School, Newcastle-under-Lyme are the first school to book a visit to the ERC and will be bringing in a group of 12 children on 15th March.
If you are a teacher interested in attending the Open Evening please contact Hayden Williamson email@example.com