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Navigate the wide range of opportunities available to develop your career and succeed in engineering. Choose the path that’s right for you.
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.
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.
National Apprenticeship Week 2021
The annual week-long celebration of apprenticeships, taking place across England between 8th - 14th February, will showcase how apprenticeships have helped employers and people of all ages and backgrounds. Enginuity are taking an active part in the week, promoting new content each day. Make sure to follow us and check back for updates throughout the event.
Skills for jobs: lifelong learning for opportunity and growth
Ann Watson, Chief Executive of Enginuity said: “Radical reform is needed now - and has to be sustained and supported from all sides." In response to the newly released white paper from Gov.UK.
Looking Ahead in 2021
Happy New Year! As we begin to dream of a better 2021, the shape of the world that British engineering and manufacturing will be entering into post-pandemic is uncertain. If the pandemic has demonstrated anything, it’s the continuing importance of a thriving UK engineering and manufacturing sector.
2020 EAMA Skills Vision Report
The general shift towards greater digital connectedness and consequent need for a digitally-skilled workforce in the engineering sector was happening before the pandemic; so was the need for coordination and joined-up thinking when it comes to embedding the right skills in the sector’s workforce.