Engineering Development Trust

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The Engineering Development Trust is a UK not for shareholder profit organisation, which administers a number of schemes designed to encourage school pupils to have an interest and involvement in science and engineering

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It was established in 1984.

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It is situated near the Sir Frederic Osborn School in the east of Welwyn Garden City, not far from the B195.

Operation[edit]

It runs the Go4Set residential courses to link school pupils with companies in the STEM or SET (Science, Engineering and Technology) field. It claims to be the largest provider of STEM enrichment activities for young people in the UK. All of the Engineering Development Trust's schemes are part of the Royal Academy of Engineering's BEST programme.

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