Volunteer as a Science Industry Partnership (SIP) Ambassador and join a network of industry
professionals who are trained to engage, inspire and enthuse young people into science
careers. SIP Ambassadors work with young people, parents and teachers to promote STEM
careers. They show young people how science is applied to the world, and teach them that
anyone can work in the science industry.
Developing an apprenticeship programme for your existing workforce can be a complex and resource intensive exercise. In this interactive webinar, we’ll discuss why apprenticeships aren’t just for new starters, guiding you through the considerations and common pitfalls employers often face, and how to overcome them.
With the shortage of STEM skills well documented, science based employers have an opportunity to work together to inspire young people and build a pipeline of future industry talent. In this practical webinar, SIP West Midlands will be looking at the steps you can take to build and develop your own best in class outreach programme.
An investigation into what skills are needed by businesses in a post-Covid world. This session will address your questions and include an exploration of innovation in the workplace and how businesses can create a more enterprising culture in pursuit of better products and new markets.
How are businesses diversifying and what does this mean in terms of product and service diversification? This workshop will be an exploration of organisational diversification, extending market reach and creating an entrepreneurial culture in the workplace.
Achieving a Green Recovery offers huge long-term opportunities to us all - and our region has real strength as an ideal location to drive the country's green recovery and its longer-term green industrial growth. This session will explore how business can successfully implement green strategies.