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Scotland’s leading source of inspiration, excitement and resources for young scientists and engineers.

The British Science Association coordinates, delivers and oversees a number of different projects and programmes aimed at engaging more people with science.

The Association for Science Education (ASE) is a free website to enrich teaching and learning in science.

BP provides free curriculum-linked teaching resources for primary and secondary schools and colleges.

ASE Scotland aims to provide high quality, regular events to support both Primary and Secodary teacher of Science across Scotland.

The Earth Science Education Unit, based at Keele University, provides no fee Earth science/Geology CPD to teachers and teacher trainees across England, Scotland and Wales.

Lab in a Lorry is a mobile lab that gives young people the chance to explore science through hands-on experiments.

The STEM Directories is a searchable database of activities that help enhance STEM teaching in schools.

Providing Energy Education for Teachers and Students.

The Institute of Physics aims to advance physics for the benefit of all.

The Small Piece Trust is an independent educational charity that runs hands-on Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths (STEM) activities and exciting engineering courses for pupils in Years 6-12.


See Inside Manufacturing (SIM) is a partnership between BIS and Industry which has been created to transform students perception of manufacturing in strategic sectors.

OPITO host a range of events throughout the year across the UK.

For more information please visit our events tab or have a look at the OPITO website.
Information on how to sign up for this distance learning tool.
Provides information on Modern Apprenticeships, current Transformation Training programmes and Petroleum Open Learning. 
A database of all centres approved to deliver OPITO standard training.

A list of approved medical centres.