CAD MENTORSHIP SCHEME
The CAD mentorship programme is a one on one contact time between mentors and ambitious 6th form students which are uniquely tapered based on the mentors' expertise and the student goals helping with the technical and development components of university.
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A competition where participants design a product that addresses real-life accessibility-related problems about your news! This is a challenge designed for year 12 students to not only help in the disabled community, but to also develop interpersonal skills.
2021 ACCESSIBILITY HACKATHON
Project impactive collaborated with UCL Tech society and Unimaker for the 2021 Accessibility Hackathon. The winning team "Project Access", consisting of Yi Song and Zariq Iman Hisham, came up with smart glasses that have an audio guide navigation system, to enable visually impaired individuals to easily commute around the city.
2020 ACCESSIBILITY HACKATHON
In 2020, Project Impactive collaborated with UCL Tech Society on a completely virtual hackathon, in collaboration with KCL Technology Society to inspire the very best technology enthusiasts to create solutions to real accessibility. issues.
We believe that it is of crucial importance to educate oneself on disabilities. Therefore at Project Impactive, we take Disability training very seriously. The 2021 Disability Training session was taught by the incredible Rosemary, who is a disability activist.