My World of Work Live!

My World of Work Live!

Explore your future in My World of Work Live!

Try on a virtual space suit, see what you'd look like as an arctic explorer or check how good you look in a paramedic uniform! Find out how your personality and interests match you to careers in science and then explore where science can take you on the giant wall of touchscreens.

While you are at it, enjoy the comfy I-pad equipped pods and the smart design that makes up "My World of Work Live!" - on floor 2 of Glasgow Science Centre and brought to you by Skills Development Scotland.

A fantastic range of information awaits showcasing what it is really like to work as a scientist, explorer, researcher, or engineer, in one of 100's of careers in science. You can see the size of different industries and the kinds of people who get jobs in them – it’s a great way to get up-to-date details and think about the possibilities.

 

My World of Work Live! Workshops

Get engaged in science through some fascinating free workshops taking place in My World of Work Live!

The video playlist below shows a taste of the workshops. Workshops on offer can vary. Please check What's On for the day of your visit. Most are suitable for over 8s and can last around 45 minutes.

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Try out our Virtual Reality headsets and get thrown into a new situation! Find out how this new technology can be used every day and in industry.

Try out Virtual Reality at My World of Work Live! studio

 

Workshops are free with your Science Mall ticket but may be limited by availability. You can 'sign-up' to these workshops on Floor 2 on the day of your visit. Please arrive early to avoid disappointment.

 

Education group? Schools can explore My World of Work Live! through Curriculum for Excellence aligned experiences at Glasgow Science Centre. Find out more.

 

My World of Work Live! at Glasgow Science Centre is brought to you by Skills Development Scotland

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