With help from the Wansbeck Education Enterprise Network (WEEN) and the Press Association Media Experience in Newcastle, four schools are about to print their first editions.
What does WEEN stand for?
WEEN stands for Wansbeck Education Enterprise Network (UK)
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- Workplace Enviornment Exposure Level
- Workplace Environmental Exposure Limit (AIHA)
- Workstation Evaluation and Ergonomics Laboratory
- World Energy Efficiency Link
- Wind Erosion on European Light Soils
- Waterway Efficiency Evaluation Model
- Women Enlisted Expansion Model
- Web Enabled Execution Management Capability
- Weapons Effects and Environments Modeling and Simulation
- Windsor-Essex Environmental Metadata System (University of Windsor; Canada)
- Women in Entertainment Empowerment Network
- Western Egyptian Economic Opportunity Council (Illinois)
- Work Experience and Employability Plan (UK)
- Work Experience on Employers' Premises
- Workflow Enactment Engine Project
- Workshop on Electrochemistry of Electroactive Polymer Films (international conference)
- Wisconsin EMS (Emergency Medical Services) Emergency Preparedness Plan (health care training; Wisconsin)
- Water, Energy and Environment Research Center (Notre Dame University-Lebanon)
- What Everyone Else Said
- Willenhall Education, Employment and Training Centre (UK)
Samples in periodicals archive:
The project involved almost 700 students and was organised by the Wansbeck Education Enterprise Network (WEEN).
Andy Gaskell from Wansbeck Education Enterprise Network (WEEN), which links schools and businesses, said: "The Bothal Bistro is all about getting children involved with food at a young age to prepare them for the future.
The children, from Ashington Central First School, worked with the Wansbeck Education Enterprise Network (WEEN) to set up the partnership with the Newcastle-based broadcaster.
The series of talks and visits was funded and co-ordinated by Wansbeck Education Enterprise Network (WEEN) in an effort to raise aspirations and provide goals to help the children plan their career paths.
Businesses wanting to become involved can call Andy Gaskell at Wansbeck Education Enterprise Network on 01670 844560.
Organised by Wansbeck Education Enterprise Network (WEEN), the event is the latest in an ongoing series of activities aimed at equipping youngsters of all ages with the tools that they need in order to become confident adults.
By creating a one-stop shop in the same location as agencies like Go Wansbeck and Wansbeck Education Enterprise Network, we are able to offer our members an efficient integrated service that saves them time and increases networking opportunities.