2019 Gold Crest Awards – Engineering Education Scheme (EES) Project
Four sixth from learners recently completed their Engineering Education Scheme project in conjunction with JCB and presented their project at the EES celebration event.
They worked closely with an engineering mentor to explore fundamental heat transfer methods and then developed ideas for
measuring dry heat. Their research work has enabled them to qualify for a Gold Crest Award.
Learners honed their investigative skills and employed scientific method to conduct their own piece of research. CREST Gold can be used by learners to enhance their UCAS personal statements. The award is recognised and respected by universities and employers.
2019 award winners:
- Joe Coggins
- Will Holland-Roper
- Whill Steeples
- Wouter Swinnock
The students did very well and were nominated for the Contribution to Business Award. This means they were in the top 5 out of 70 teams in this category.
The Celebration and Graduation Day which was at Cranmore Park in Solihull.