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  • Good morning ladies and gentleman. My name is Martin Bryant and I am a Board Member at emda with responsibility for Business. Can I firstly say how pleased I am to be here today. Though out my career in the public, private and voluntary sectors I have seen how critical the STEM agenda is to ensuring a healthy and productive society. I have also seen that societies were business is an active participant in developing, shaping and supporting STEM education then the rewards are real and significant. With this in mind I am want to take the opportunity to highlight some of our regional success stories and take a moment to acknowledge and celebrate their success.

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  • Enriching the STEM workforce of tomorrow Martin Bryant emda Board Member
  • RES & Skills Context
    • Regional Economic Strategy
    • Corporate Plan Update July 2009
    • Sub National Review November 2008 & New Industry New Jobs April 2009
  • Employer engagement Why it is so important
    • Young people benefits
    • Raise aspirations
    • Identify career options
    • Develops employability skills
    • Businesses benefits
    • Right skills
    • Recruitment
    • Fresh ideas
    • Enterprise is having ideas and making them happen
    • Being enterprising is the ability to respond to change, take risks, to innovate and to generate and implement new ideas and new ways of doing things.
    Global Entrepreneurship Week
    • Come Alive with Science
    • STEM Fluency Labs
    • Invent
    • Lab 13
    • Sci-Art Fusions
    • Creative Sparks
    Ignition*
    • Regional Universities
    • Regional Businesses
    Lab in a Lorry
    • Teachers Conference
    • Careers Events
    • Masterclasses
    Space Academy
  • Engineering Development Trust
    • Year in Industry
    • Go4SET
    • Engineering Education Scheme
    • Headstart
    • Priority sectors
    • Transport Equipment
    • Food and Drink
    • Healthcare and Bioscience
    • Sustainable Construction
    • STEM
    Catapulting Kids Further!
  • East Midlands STEM Scholarships
    • Skills supported
    • Retention
    • Recruitment
    • Sharing good practice
    • Co-ordination
    • Promotion
    STEM Support Partnership