The Queen Elizabeth II Conference Centre (QEIICC) in London will host the first annual STEMtech Conference and Showcase on 29 April 2014.
STMEtech is claimed to be the largest conference on Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths (STEM) education taking place in the UK this year and is expected to attract 1,500 senior school decision-makers, head teachers/principles, heads of STEM departments and STEM teachers.
Key speakers at the conference include Matthew Hancock, Minister of State for Skills and Enterprise; Neil Carberry, Director of Employment and Skills; and Maggie Philbin, CEO of TeenTech.
Alongside a full conference programme, there will also be showcase sessions for delegates to experience activities and projects designed to encourage students into STEM subjects. The event will take place on the third floor of the QEIICC (the Fleming and Whittle rooms and the Benjamin Britten Lounge) and is being organised by Aspire-Education.
“We chose the QEIICC because of its great location and excellent branding opportunities,” said Event Manager at Aspire-Education, Amelia Barratt-Smith. “The pre-event interest and bookings have already enabled us to book the centre for 2015 and to extend the event to two days.”
The STEMtech Conference and Showcase 2015 will take place at the QEIICC on 29-30 April.
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