The technical drawing competition held by the Carnaro institute in Brindisi on the theme of renewable energy
BRINDISI – Seven schools and more than 70 students from Brindisi will be taking part in an interesting technical drawing competition on the theme of “Renewable Energy” from 22 to 28 May, organised by the “Belluzzi e Carnaro” technical institute.
The top-level competition is reserved for students at middle schools in the province of Brindisi, in their second year in the academic year 2014-2015. The aim is to bring out the best in students and test the skills they have acquired.
Each institute may participate with several students deemed eligible to best represent the school they attend in the subject of Technology.
The competition will consist of a drawing test to be held on 22 and 28 May 2015, in the afternoon, at the I.I.S.S. “Carnaro – Marconi – Flacco – Belluzzi” school in the “CAT” section dedicated to building, the environment and the local area, formerly known as the Belluzzi school for surveyors, in Via Nicola Brandi 11, Brindisi, and will last two hours.
The test will be prepared and subsequently evaluated by a committee composed of the head teacher at the I.I.S.S. “Carnaro – Marconi – Flacco – Belluzzi” school, two teachers of technical subjects in the “CAT” section dedicated to building, the environment and the local area formerly known as the Belluzzi school for surveyors, the president of the Board of Surveyors of Brindisi and the president of the Construction Workers’ Social Security Fund of the Province of Brindisi.
The initiative has found enthusiastic sponsorship from the Global Solar Fund, the number two group in Italy for solar energy, which will support the competition financially and purchase the educational material needed for the project.
Giuseppe Tammaro, CEO of Global Solar Fund in Italy, is excited about the initiative: “We were immediately attracted to this project aimed at young students – he said – and we also believe it has great educational value, as it focuses on renewable energy.”