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What does EDT stand for?

EDT stands for Engineering Development Trust (UK)

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With a jam-packed day of pupils meeting companies like GoMotorsport, Engineering Development Trust, Newcastle Aviation Academy and the North East Business and Innovation Centre (BIC), there were also practical activities bringing learning to life while promoting science, technology, engineering and mathematical (STEM) skills.
Jointly organised by the Grammar School at Leeds (GSAL) and the Engineering Development Trust (EDT), the scheme promotes links between students and local industry to give students the opportunity to work on real-life engineering solutions with a professional mentor.
Red Marine is working closely with local schools to support engineering as a profession and is taking part in the Engineering Education Scheme organised by the Engineering Development Trust.
Create Sport, developed in partnership with Arup and the Engineering Development Trust (EDT), aims to do just that and has been challenging 12 to 13-year-olds across the UK to plan, design and construct a model for a new sports venue in their region.
This year David Brown is continuing to work closely with the Engineering Development Trust in both the Engineering Education Scheme as well as taking part in Go4Set - a new EDT initiative - to stimulate the interest of young people in science, engineering and technology.
Engineers Alan Buckton, Ken Porteous and Stuart Lax helped judge a variety of student projects at Newcastle University recently The event, sponsored by the Engineering Development Trust, is aimed at inspiring the engineers, scientists and technologists of the future and attracted entries from around 250 students belonging to 50 schools and sixth form colleges throughout the North-east.
Called Create Sport, developed in partnership with Arup and the Engineering Development Trust, it aims to challenge 12 and 13-year-olds across the UK to plan, design and construct a model for a new sports venue in their region.