Get up to Speed

Wednesday 25th March 2020

9.30am to 5.00pm

Magna Science Adventure Centre, Rotherham,  Free to Schools and Families

Get up to Speed is a chance to see some of the UK's most exciting engineering inventions, and network with the people who design, build and operate them!


Speak to businesses, inventors, apprentices and education providers on the future of engineering, at this showcase event!

Who’s it for?


For young people and influencers of young people:

  • Introducing, Inspiring. Informing and interacting with engineering, manufacturing and technology.
  • Linking the curriculum to real life experiences and exploring the diverse range of opportunities and pathways available in a stimulating, fun and interactive way.


For employers:

  • Showcasing the sector and career opportunities in engineering, manufacturing and technology.
  • Driven by the region’s employers, Get up to Speed is a highly interactive event showcasing the breadth and diversity of the sector and future technologies. It is an ideal platform to bring employers together to promote and celebrate what the region has to offer.


What do I do if I'm interested?


Visit to find out more or to register to attend or contact John at work-wise at [email protected] or on 07500 331400.

Download more information here

Get up to Speed 2019 Exhibition and Sponsorship opportunities
Attendees: To date, over 8,300 young people, 279 schools, 1,900 parents/educators, 2,400 business people/apprentices and 460 VIP's
GUTS sponsorship leaflet 2019 v3.pdf
Adobe Acrobat document [2.6 MB]
Get up to Speed 2020 Event booking form
Exhibition and sponsorship booking form
GUTS 2020 Early Bird online booking form[...]
Adobe Acrobat document [488.5 KB]
2019 Get up to Speed programme
GUTS 2019 programme.pdf
Adobe Acrobat document [10.7 MB]


"Very well attended with a great variety of companies. It was an excellent event and we were bombarded from start to finish!"
Mike Maddock, PES, Exhibitor


“What a fab event, so impressed by what was on offer. Really opened the kids eyes."

Louise Hoey Forge Valley School, Strategic Curriculum Leader for Art, Technology & Engineering

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