Students are sent a Raspberry Pi (credit-card sized computer) before the course begins. Interactive classes with expert tutors will teach students how to code in Python. In Week 1, students will create an innovative app. In the second week, students will enter the AstroPi competition and create a programme for the International Space Station! Workshops are run by Computer Xplorers who are always popular with students when they run our Coding workshops in person on our summer schools.
Students are sent a STEM mechanics kit before the programme begins. Fun, engaging workshops led by expert tutors will introduce students to important scientific concepts such as Newton’s laws by using build-and-discover practical materials. Workshops are run by Engineering and IT online training provider Semester Learning who work with companies including Siemens, GE, Amazon, Land Rover Jaguar and the NHS.
Students will explore the future of business, looking at the interaction between business and sustainable development. Students are engaged with workshops delivered by the world-famous innovative green business, The Eden Project. They also, explore how to launch and operate a new venture through business enterprise project work delivered by Bucksmore tutors
Bucksmore is delighted that our students will benefit from an exclusive coding course in partnership with CodeWorks during which they will learn to code their own app and develop advanced programming skills. CodeWorks are one of the leading international providers of coding boot camps.
Led by Kathie Knell this course focuses on developing key leadership skills. Kathie has 24 years’ experience in developing and designing leadership and management solutions, largely spent as a British Army Officer, receiving an MBE for her work in 2010 and was on the NATO Committee on Gender Perspectives.
Perfect for students interested in the medical profession. Students will be taught by Dr Jake Adams, a current doctor with experience in a mix of medical and surgical roles, General Practice and in the Emergency Department. The course will provide a wide-ranging introduction to medicine including anatomy, diagnosis, ethics, grey cases and will look at specific parts of the body – the heart, brain, lungs, abdomen.
Studying mechanical engineering in week one and electrical engineering in week two, students will develop their understanding of areas such as mechanical drawing, structural strength, electrical structures and power circuits. They will apply their knowledge through practical workshops and group projects such as Engineering Project Management led by our partner Semester Learning
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