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'Girl-friendly' Careers Resources
A list of careers resources produced by the WiSET team, that we consider to be 'girl friendly' in 2008!
Added on: 17/02/2009

A Minority Report
Engaging Girls in Quantity Surveying, written by Denise Eaton and Pat Morton.
Added on: 17/02/2009

A report from Institute of Physics
A report looking at data from the National Pupil Database comparing boys' and girls' choices of science A-levels and the influence of their GCSE schools on these choices. It shows that the progression rate for girls into A-level physics depends much more on their school type than it does for boys.
Added on: 26/10/2012

Change in Practice
Construction Paper 210, in Construction Information Quarterly, Volume 8, Issue 4, 2006.
Added on: 17/02/2009

DIY Your Future Publication and posters
Publication to accompany the Transformation Fund 'DIY Your Future' course, which ran from October 2009 to March 2010, and a set of posters featuring the women from the course.
Added on: 21/10/2010

ECER Paper on RAF Work Experience 2012
Maximising Opportunities For Career Learning Through Work Experience Placements
Added on: 04/10/2013

ECER Report 2013
What is the impact of innovative experiential learning? A longitudinal study of the Royal Air Force work experience
Added on: 21/02/2014

Encouraging Equality & Diversity
Report produced by Jill Collins (Lead on Equality and Diversity for the STEM Careers Project) and Dr Pat Morton (MPhil, EdD, FRICS)
Added on: 17/06/2011

Ensuring the Future Workforce - A Royal Air Force Perspective
Presented at Education Employers Task Force Conference, University of Warwick, October 2011
Added on: 04/10/2013

Evaluation of RAF-WISE Work Experience Programmes 2009-2012
The Royal Air Force (RAF) commissioned the WiSET Team to evaluate the RAF-WISE engineering work experience programmes for girls. A survey of over 50 past participants revealed encouraging results and confirmed that the majority of girls involved had been encouraged to consider a career in STEM or the RAF.
Added on: 09/09/2013

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