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Professional Engineering Institutions
Engineering institutions offer resources to help you in your career development.
Engineering Job Opportunities
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Digital profiles can help individuals make currently unaccredited skills visible to employers, suggest where they need to upskill or reskill and open an individual’s career path into a ‘career universe’, with more routes to fulfil their potential, with more employers, in more areas.
Gaming technology can engage, discover and identify young people who have the aptitude for a career in engineering and manufacturing, especially those who have never considered it as a career.
Review of National Occupational Standards
We are leading a review of relevant National Occupational Standards and welcome your input.
Women in Engineering
We look at engineering and focus attention on the amazing achievements of women engineers, it's important to acknowledge the additional challenges women still face within the sector.
Guide to inclusive meetings
During National Inclusion Week we are all being encouraged to think about what we can do to be more inclusive. In the current climate we are having more virtual meetings, so how do we give everyone the opportunity to perform at their very best? Here are some tips to help you drive inclusivity and make a difference to the people you work with.
Robotics in Engineering
Robotics in engineering can be traced back to the first use of automation in the early (3rd) Industrial Revolution. But now individual machines are connected to systems that make decisions about the production process in real-time, it’s clear that Industry 4.0 is rapidly changing the manufacturing and engineering industry.
What Pride Month means for Enginuity
Enginuity is supporting Pride Month, not simply to add our voice to the chorus but because, as a charity whose mission is to encourage more people into engineering and manufacturing, we emphasise this means ALL people - whatever background, orientation, or gender.
Enginuity Announces Tom Brookes Best of British
The very best of British engineering and manufacturing was celebrated last night at the Enginuity Skills Awards 2022. More than 200 people gathered at 8 Northumberland Avenue in London for the first in-person awards since 2019.
Celebrating Achievements Together
The Enginuity Skills Awards are always a wonderful opportunity to recognise the very best talent from across industry, but this year will be extra special for a number of reasons.
Engineering Apprenticeships in Scotland
Scotland has a very proud history of engineering and going forward, our apprentices will play an important part in ensuring that tradition continues. In particular, they have a real chance to make a difference when it comes to helping the country achieve its aims for a cleaner, greener future.