Without the assistance of sponsors, FIRST® LEGO® League in the UK and Ireland would not be as successful as it is. We would like to thank all partners for their commitment and are delighted that they are behind us! By supporting this programme, they make a significant contribution towards growing the future engineering workforce.
Becoming a Sponsor
There are many ways of getting involved with FLL, from supporting individual teams to running a tournament or sponsoring at a national level. Please see our "Sponsoring FLL" document below or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
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Open Championship 2017
As well as support for the ongoing growth of the programme, we are currently looking for organisations to get involved with a major one-off FLL event being held in the UK in June 2017. We'll be hosting hundreds of FLL participants at a five day FLL Open Championship, in partnership with the University of Bath. This will be an international celebration of young people exploring STEM subjects, and we want to hear from organisations who feel passionately about feeding the pipeline of talent into STEM industries. Click here to find out more.
UK and Ireland Headline Sponsor
We are proud to have Bechtel as our Headline sponsor for the fourth year running in our 2016/17 season.
Bechtel is one of the world’s most respected engineering, construction, and project management companies. They design and build mega-projects like railways, airports, bridges, power solutions and water systems to support the planet’s growing population. Bechtel is also involved in environmental cleanups and helping communities prepare for and rebuild after natural disasters.
Since its founding in 1898, Bechtel has worked on more than 22,000 projects in 140 countries on all seven continents. Today, their 53,000 employees work on diverse projects in nearly 50 countries. For more information visit Bechtel's website.
“Building for the future is what we do every day. An important part of that is supporting schools all over the world to help engage students in science and technology. We are delighted to support students in the UK and Ireland in this exciting robotics competition that encourages innovation and helps to build tomorrow’s engineers.”
Peter Dawson, President of Bechtel’s global civil infrastructure business
UK and Ireland Major Sponsor
The EPSRC Centre for Innovative Manufacturing in Intelligent Automation is a partnership between Loughborough University, Cranfield University, Rolls-Royce, Airbus, Aero Engine Controls, and the Manufacturing Technology Centre. They research ways to automate complex manufacturing tasks by evaluating the human skills and developing solutions based on this knowledge. Often this involves systems based on human-automation cooperation, where people and robots can work together safely and effectively.
To find out more visit: www.intelligent-automation.org.uk