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.
What does NAA stand for?
NAA stands for Newcastle Aviation Academy (UK)
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CAPTION(S): VISIT Nick Clegg with students at the Newcastle Aviation Academy
Currently head of the Newcastle Aviation Academy and a former artificer apprentice who spent 25 years in the Royal Navy, Jeff received his award from Alan Hall, director of the Engineering Employers Federation (Northern Division) at the Apprentice Awards evening at Lumley Castle.
At present the Newcastle Aviation Academy is working to full capacity and students can complete their industry standard Foundation Degree in Aeronautical Engineering in the region.
The college is the only one in the North East which offers a national diploma in aerospace engineering, leading to a foundation degree at The Newcastle Aviation Academy.
The Newcastle Aviation Academy was opened four years ago with pounds 1.
It is the only one of its kind in the North East, leading to a Foundation Degree at the Newcastle Aviation Academy, which is jointly based at Newcastle College and Newcastle International Airport.
Emma White, who is 25 and lives in Ashington, Northumberland, has been awarded a pounds 1,000 bursary from the Helena Kennedy Foundation to help her finish a diploma at the Newcastle Aviation Academy.