STEM.

LearnThruTech courses increase engagement, enthusiasm and interest in STEM subjects for the whole spectrum of learner abilities. The courses are stimulating and challenging, encouraging our students to interact creatively with the STEM subjects and encourage a wider perspective of how STEM subjects can lead to interesting and useful careers.

Transferable Skills.

The skills used are transferable and encourage young people to look positively upon challenges, developing a growth mindset which can be used in personal, professional and academic life.

What are LearnThruTech courses?

Innovative delivery

Remote Controlled Cars.

Our young people are set the challenge of creating their own remote controlled cars, robots, boats or quadcopters using micro controllers, code, bluetooth, smart phones and recycled materials. Including a design, build and code element, the course utilises a whole host of essential skills that are key to achieving success in the modern, digital career-scape. 

Young Person led.

Our courses are young person-led, and we pride ourselves on the independence and freedom we give the young people to experiment during our courses. All our courses end with a final celebration to reflect on achievements and where appropriate a “time trial challenge” to reinforce the fun element that is central to Rewise ethos. 

Qualifications, Group Size & more

Group Size.

For more information about group sizes please contact us. We can work with a whole variety of groups, large and small. 

Qualifications.

Courses come with a wide range of accreditation options via the NOCN Network, and include STEM & Confidence based full QCF and units. We can work flexibly to integrate different qualifications into the course to suit the requirements of specific groups.

Duration.

Our confidence and coding course typically runs for between 1-5 days.

WHAT PEOPLE SAY

“The course was great fun, I enjoyed building the car and learning about STEM. It made me realise that there are lots of ways to use skills we learn in our Science lessons."

—  Participant, Prince's Trust England

Coding and confidence

Confidence