CAMS is currently looking for volunteer presenters in New South Wales and Victoria to run one-hour high school aerodynamic workshops during school hours.
The F1 in Schools™ Technology Challenge is the world’s largest secondary school technology program.
It involves over nine million students from 17,000 schools in 31 nations.
Students learn leadership, team building, project management, business planning, public speaking, marketing, collaboration, writing and presentation skills.
CAMS presents a free one-hour workshop to schools around the country that have registered for the F1 in Schools™ competition. Further information is available on /get-involved/resources/schools
The workshops focus on the car design element of the competition and the principles of aerodynamics, and CAMS is currently searching for any experienced public speakers to present these workshops.
The workshop participants are high school students ranging from 13-17 years old.
CAMS will provide you with the course information that is required including student handouts, PowerPoint presentation and presenter notes/tips.
If you would like to apply to be a presenter please express your interest to [email protected] with your name, CAMS ID number and the state you live in. Please also provide the following information:
- Experience in Public Speaking
- Teaching Experience
- Aerodynamics knowledge
- Scrutineering experience/knowledge
- F1 in Schools Competition knowledge
- Possession of Working With Children Check (this will be compulsory for presenters and can be obtained free of charge)
If you have any questions, contact Pravin via email [email protected] or phone (03) 9593 7751.