Barton Peveril Engineering Students Earn Gold Award

Names of students left to right: Megan SCAMMELL, Charlie LILLER, Sarah POTTIWAL, Shana TOMAS MURRAY, Aman SIDHU, Toby BENHAM, Micious BRIGGS, Andrew PIKE, Rubens PIRIE, Thomas WESTBY, Adam BROWN, Ryan MCINTYRE, and Dr Adrain Evans.

12 Barton Peveril Sixth Form College students are bidding for gold in the Industrial Cadet Award. 

The Industrial Cadet Gold Award is a six month project where students work closely with engineers from the International aerospace, defence and security company Leonardo to improve their understanding of the sector and to showcase their engineering skills.

As part of their evidence for the award, the Hampshire-based College’s students took part in a two day residential at the University of Bath. At the University, the students made use of the extensive engineering facilities to further their projects. During the residential the students were mentored by Dr Adrian Evans, a Barton Peveril alumni who is now Head of Engineering at the well-renowned institution. The residential event was facilitated by the Department of Electronic and Electrical Engineering, which offers a full range of highly respected engineering degrees. 

“Fond memories of my time at BP”

Speaking on the event, Dr Evans said:

“The University of Bath’s Faculty of Engineering and Design was delighted to welcome over 150 year 12 students from 18 schools and colleges from across the region for the residential element of the Engineering Development Trust’s Industrial Cadets Gold Project 2021/22. The event ran very successfully, with students making good use of the comprehensive facilities provided by the Faculty to progress their projects. It was great to see Barton Peveril College among the schools. I have fond memories of my time at BP and it is fantastic to see the college’s continued success.”

Barton Peveril’s Subject Leader for Computer Science, Isabel Culmer, who oversaw the residential, said:

“Events like Industrial Cadets workshops gives my students the fantastic opportunity to be exposed to the ‘world of work and university’. The students have never experienced working in a team on real problems before. They all really valued this experience. All the students were able to successfully progress their projects and make use of the experience of the amazing university staff and their facilities.”

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