STEM In The Pipeline
We want to take this opportunity to say congratulations to everyone that took part in 2015.
2015 STEM in the Pipeline Winners - Team ROGO from Robert Gordons College with Chris Hill from BP
If you would like to attend, please contact Molly Imrie
or call Molly on 01224 274 193
1. Introduction Day
This is a full and busy day introducing the students to the oil and gas industry. The teams and teachers undertake an active part in 4 workshops covering:
Drilling & Reservoir
The workshops are presented by industry professionals and University of Aberdeen.
At the end of the day the teams received a copy of the Project Brief, a suggested resource list and necessary material.
2. Project Work - August to November at school
The project set is a comprehensive, in-depth and challenging series of 3 tasks to produce a Field Development Plan for the STEM field. The tasks cover subsurface work, production profiling, separator design, safety and the calculation of CO2 emissions. School teams are mentored by industry professionals throughout the project. Finally the teams complete a report on their work and submit this to TechFest.The reports are then forwarded to a panel of assessors for their appraisal.
3. Presentation Day
The teams each have a display board and a table to exhibit their work. The teams give a presentation to the panel of assessors and discuss their work informally with other visitors. The atmosphere is extremely supportive and previous students and assessors thoroughly enjoyed this occasion. Finally certificates and awards are presented.
For more details or information how to apply please contact Molly Imrie
TechFest's STEM in the Pipeline is a CREST accredited scheme and pupils who participate are eligible for a silver award.
CREST Information for STEM in the Pipeline Students
Please click on links below for downloadable information sheets:
|STEM IN THE PIPELINE SILVER CREST Registration Form.doc|
|CREST Silver Award student guide.pdf|
|v4-Silver student profile.doc|
|Scotland CREST Brochure Feb 2010 low res.pdf|
This event is generously sponsored and supported by