Post Primary Presentation
The purpose of this presentation is to explore some of the myths about engineering that students may have and to inform them about the engineering profession, the role of engineering in society, and the many career options available in the engineering sector.
As a registered volunteer, you can log on to the SmartSTEPS system and volunteer to visit a local school. As a leading partner in the national Smart Futures programme STEPS encourage volunteers to go out to post-primary schools. Your role in delivering this presentation is crucial, as it’s also about you – what you do, how you got into engineering, and what you like about it. Your enthusiasm for your profession is very important in getting the message across that engineering is an attractive career.
The post-primary presentation is flexible and can be adapted to suit each volunteer. Your presentation should contain all mandatory modules (including the feedback slide) and two optional modules.
You can choose which slides to include and how much time to spend on each slide. Remember - you are a role model, so take the time to customise the presentation to showcase your career journey and story. Speaker notes are included in the PowerPoint documents to assist you in your presentation.
Format of your post-primary school visit
(In collaboration with Smart Futures)
Presentation - 30 minutes
Q & A session - 10 minutes
Approximate visit time: 40 minutes
Preparation before your visit
Read carefully these instructions for arranging your visit
Select your PowerPoint modules
Personalise your PowerPoint presentation
Read through the PowerPoint presentation and speaker notes
Presentation (please include all three compulsory modules and select two optional modules):
- Introduction to engineering
- My story
Student feedback slide
- Engineering in action
- Is engineering for you?
- Focus on the future
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