||Rolling Bearings Technology
Technical Management Support Website design & smart software (in association with Amorphic Publishing (UK))
David Carnell, BSc(Eng) CEng FIMechE, Proprietor
| Nottingham Soc'y of Engineers
||Founded in 1897
Membership open to qualified engineers and those interested in engineering and its advancement.
Committed to spreading knowledge of engineering achievements throughout education, industry and public services.
Secretary Mr A L Foster
3 Vernon Avenue
| WILLOUGHBY CONSULTING
Philip Davies FIMechE CEng
Bsc(Hons) Mech Eng
Tel 01509 880 910
Fax 01509 880 917
| Franklin Ellis Architects
||Consultants to ELC
||Boots Engineering Department has provided models for ELC. Engineering Career Opportunities at all levels.
| Kinver Eng. Consult.
||Sponsor of several models
| Rolls-Royce plc
||Rolls-Royce plc is a global power system company, providing power for land, sea and air, establishing leading positions in civil aerospace, defence, marine and energy markets.
Rolls-Royce plc has supported the ELC for a number of years and has provided several models and activities which are used at the Centre.
| Nottingham City Council
||Nottingham City Council is a key supporter of the Energy Learning Centre, providing material and financial support. Many City of Nottingham schools visit the E.L.C. each year.
Nottingham City Council’s Education Department also provides a wide range of other support for environmental and outdoor education activities for schools, including residential visits, through the Environmental Education Support Service, the development of pupil Eco-Teams in schools, the Eco-Schools Award and links with the Youth Hostels Association.
The City Council has an Energy Management Service committed to reducing the financial and environmental costs of energy and water use. About a third of electricity bought by the City Council comes from renewable souces.
| Nottinghamshire County Council
||Nottinghamshire County Council has supported the Energy Learning Centre since it was started in 1994 and has funded a number of models and activities. Many County Primary Schools visit the E.L.C. each year.
The County Council’s Education Department also provides a wide range of other support for environmental and outdoor education activities for schools, including residential visits, through the Environmental Education Support Service and supporting schools’ involvement in the Eco-Schools Award.
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