What is Year of Engineering 2018? Zinc Communicate’s involvement in the Government’s initiative.
In support of Tinnitus Week, Zinc Communicate explores the benefits of young people using earplugs in music venues.
CTC’s success was marked at the Prince Michael International Road Safety Awards (PMIRSA) 30th Anniversary Celebration.
Our Work Experience Programme will give you experience across account management, digital design and development and film production.
Zinc Communicate won Silver at the EVCOM Industry Awards 2017.
The National Children’s Traffic Club will be re-launching in 2018, with PACEY applying their expertise to the programme.
Zinc Communicate wins 5 EVCOM Screen Awards 2017.
Transport for London and Zinc Communicate have launched Young Road Users (YRU) to promote safer travel choices for young Londoners.
The BMW Group launch new digital learning resources to help teachers bring a hands-on approach to sustainability and road safety.
‘A huge thank you to you and your colleagues for your donation of £500. It’s wonderful to be selected to be one of your charity partners.’
Four fantastic new episodes featuring Ben, Rio and Amber available for teachers now!
Siemens are the first engineering company in the UK to launch their own unique STEM skills programme with digital badges.
To coincide with the introduction of a new student bank account by Nationwide Building Society in August, zinc created a customer education website.
The instantly cute Think & Learn Code-a-Pillar™ exposes little ones to the foundation skills of coding and the building blocks for STEM.