What is STEM?
The term STEM stands for the disciplines of Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics. STEM education, then, is the learning of these STEM subjects through an integrated approach; one that offers hands-on and relevant learning experiences.
Why STEM education is so important today?
It is recognised that there is an international shortage of educated and qualified workers in the STEM fields of Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths. With current worldwide technological changes, these fields have also been predicted as growth areas in the job markets of the future.
Development of scientific interest in your child requires a nurturing environment, exposure to scientific and technological ideas and concepts, plus an awareness of current and future global concerns.
New technological developments including those in AI, artificial intelligence, and global climate change pose a challenge to traditional careers and indicate a shift in future career demands as well as the skills required to meet those changes. These new careers will include the development of a new set of problem-solving skills.
According to the U.S. Bureau of Labour Statistics, The Smithsonian, European, and UK Government reports
- Ninety-three out of 100 STEM occupations had wages above the national average.
- STEM occupations had above-average growth.
- STEM occupations had high educational requirements.
- Science, research, engineering and technology jobs are expected to grow at double the rate of other occupations.
- Females are under-represented in STEM careers (UK House of Commons Report).
How STEM education can change your child’s life?
- Evoking curiosity and enthusiasm for all disciplines of learning.
- Encouraging children to problem solve using multidisciplinary skills.
- Increasing confidence.
- Improving exam performance.
- Empowering children to be prepared for the careers of tomorrow.
Why us for STEM?
- We make private tuition affordable for every family. Our pricing model allows every parent to invest in giving their child the best possible chance of success.
- Our tutors are highly qualified, possessing PhD and Master’s degrees in Science, the Humanities, IT and Business from reputable universities, with extensive teaching and industry experience.
- Our Oldham Centre has a fully-equipped campus featuring 8 classrooms, a computer lab and a STEM lab. The entire campus is wi-fi enabled and every classroom has individual laptops on the desk for students to use during classroom sessions.
- We have enthusiastic, highly trained, experienced and DBS checked staff.
We offer National Curriculum based STEM sessions:
- Term-time courses
- 1-hour STEM sessions
- Girls-only lessons available
- Affordable prices
- Payment plans are available
- Half-term STEM and Coding Camps
- Fun, challenging, hands-on activities covering: Green Energy, Optics and Light, Pneumatics, Electronics, Mini-bots, Robotics, Hydraulics and Mechanics
Some current jobs involving STEM-based skills include:
- Solar Energy Technician
- Wind Energy Technician
- Nurse Practitioner
- Software Developer
- Physical Therapist
- Health Services Manager
- Data Analyst
- Digital Content Specialist
- Information Security Analyst
- Computer Systems Analyst
- Biomedical Engineer
- Mechanical Engineering Specialist
- Digital Rehab Counsellor
- Blockchain Developer
- Civil or Commercial Drone Pilot or Despatcher
- Smart-Building Technician
- 3D-printing Technician
- Augmented reality developer
- Personal Privacy Advisor
- Personal Brand Advisor
- Robotics Service Technician
- Remote Health Care Engineer
- Urban Agriculture Specialist
- Nanotech Engineer
- Biomechanical Technician
- Genetic Engineer
- Tech Ethicist
- Virtual Reality Designer
- Problem-Solving Competition Director
- Synthetic Biology Engineer
- Project-Based Human resources Director
- Weather Control Engineer
This list is by no means exhaustive and it is foreseen that many new forms of jobs will appear based on future technological advances.