Meet the Team

James Bajcer

Senior Research and Education Consultant

As Head of Development, I aim to grow our network of partnerships with educational institutions or wider companies/charities who share in our vision and work with the team to achieve CREATE Education’s goals through the quality of service we provide through the provision of Additive Manufacturing technology. 

I joined CREATE Education in September 2022. Prior to joining, I worked for the Duke of Edinburgh’s Award as part of the Operations Team. Here I worked with and managed a team whose focus was to provide exceptional support to the Licensed Organisations who were delivering the Award and help ensure that all young people were provided with the opportunity to access a high quality experience that supported their personal development and employability skills. This meant developing and implementing strategy together with building strong relationships with Headteachers, Principles and MAT CEOs. 

Having worked in the charity sector the majority of my career and in wanting to continue in making a positive impact and difference to the lives of young people, CREATE Education also shares in this vision, wanting to inspire all young people about STEAM through the use of Additive Manufacturing technology and ensure that our future generations have the knowledge and skills to support the development and growth in their future STEAM careers.  

I am fortunate to be in the role I am and work with a team that is so committed. A key part of my job which I am so passionate about, is building mutually beneficial relationships and partnerships that are ultimately designed to impact and benefit the young people they engage with. 

My WOW moment at CREATE Education has been, and will continue to be our partnership with BAE Systems and the Inspiring Lancashire programme which in its first year impacted on over 50 secondary schools, trained over 100 Teachers and directly impacted on over 2,500 young people. The team at CREATE Education are incredibly knowledgeable about the work they do and it is fitting that this programme received a BETT Award for its innovation and wide reaching impact that it made in local schools.

In the future, I am looking forward to working with the team and building further relationships and partnerships across the UK and Ireland with like minded organisations who share our vision in wanting to support and impact upon young people and inspire them about STEAM and STEAM careers in the future.

Please do reach out to see how we might be able to work together and help make this technology accessible to all young people and ensure we have a future workforce who are well equipped and skilled to help grow STEAM industries.  

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