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Competition: Talent 2030 – National Engineering Competition for Girls

Award Level Bronze, Silver, Gold

In the National Engineering Competition for Girls run by Talent 2030, female students are invited to come up with solutions to some of the major challenges of the 21st century.

How to achieve a CREST Award

Entries to the National Engineering Competition can be used towards a CREST Bronze, Silver or Gold Award. We have some guidance on choosing an award level to help you decide which level is right for your students.

To achieve a CREST Bronze Award students will need to do 10+ hours of project work and complete either a CREST Bronze workbook or a CREST Bronze student profile.

To achieve a CREST Silver Award students will need to do 30+ hours of project work and complete a CREST Silver student profile.

To achieve a CREST Gold Award students will need to do 70+ hours of project work and complete a CREST Gold student profile.

You can enter your CREST Award online here.

Resource: Squeaky clean research

Resource: Squeaky clean research

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