Kilkeel HS Technology Projects

Thursday, 10 October 2013

STEM Module - Autodesk Software Roadshow

Autodesk Launches its Support for Northern Ireland Schools – An exciting opportunity
to see how Autodesk can support your School, in conjunction with the STEM Module.
Autodesk are proud to be able to support all Northern Ireland Schools with FREE access to its
industry leading software both inside, and outside, the classroom as well as curriculum created by
teachers, for teachers, as part of our new Design the Future Campaign. In addition to this, as
global software partners of both F1 in Schools, and VEX Robotics, Autodesk has an abundance of
exciting opportunities to inspire your students. Plus with our new certification programme,
mapped to UK curriculum standards, you can ensure you and your students gain the industry
professional recognition that you deserve.
In conjunction with the STEM Module, Autodesk will be hosting a series of drop in sessions from
11am until 5pm across the country to give you a taster of what is on offer. You will be given the
opportunity to sample some of the curriculum, meet our partners and see how you can take the
steps towards integrating this technology into your classroom.
To STEM Module will be making the following visits:
Monday 21st Oct
NEELB - Antrim Board Centre, Lough Road, ANTRIM
Tuesday 22nd Oct
WELB - Education Technology Centre, OMAGH
(Dunnes Stores Car park opposite)
Wednesday 23rd Oct
SELB - Clounagh Centre, PORTADOWN
Thursday 24th Oct
SEELB - Board HQ, Grahamsbridge Road, DUNDONALD
Friday 25th Oct
BELB - Fortwilliam Resource Centre, Fortwilliam Park, BELFAST

Wednesday, 9 October 2013

Solidworks Student Design Kit

We are happy to announce that the new serial number is now available for the student design kit, any teacher or student that already has the software installed will be able to upgrade the licence.

If you require a new installation, a disc can be requested from Jacquie Uprichard please be aware there are two versions (32 bit and 64 bit) if your computer is a 64 bit machine you will need to bring a pen drive/external drive to the Clounagh Centre with at least 6Gb of free memory.

I hope this all makes sense, any queries please feel free to contact us.
Happy CADing!