Enet Ireland’s largest open access telecoms network provider, has partnered with STEAM Education and students at a local Limerick school to launch a series of Engineering Education Programmes to inspire the next generation of engineers.
Enet has participated in a programme with 5th class students at Lisnagry National School bringing a new insight working within the diverse fields of engineering, from infrastructure to biomedical, energy to electronics, civil to environmental and more!
The programme led by Ronan McDonogh, Network Planning Manager at Enet uses fun, practical, shared learning elements and uses transformational design type approaches to engage children in a series of challenges that develop creative and critical thinking, collaborative problem solving, and communication skills in all participants.
The programme will run for five weeks and brings students an introduction to the work of Enet through STEAM Ed’s Engineering-in-a-Box learning principles.
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