Science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM), these are the industries of the future.
 
The Driving Learning education program strives to inspire the next generation to take on a STEM-focused curriculum by raising the profile of STEM subjects and increasing student participation.
 
The Innovation & Technology Hub is the destination for students of all ages taking part in the Driving Learning education program. Student activities include:
 
  • Career presentations featuring representatives from the technical areas of Formula One and the local motorsport industry
  • Engaging exhibitors showcasing local innovations and capabilities with interactive displays
  • Student workshops where participants get hands-on experience with advancing technologies
  • STEM design challenges designed to integrate school curriculum outcomes
Get free entry to Formula 1® Rolex Australian Grand Prix 2019 for students on either 14 or 15 March 2019 by registering for Driving Learning.
 
Driving Learning registrations have now closed for the Formula 1® Rolex Australian Grand Prix 2019.
 

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