To Develop Resilience Employers Need to Invest in Skills Development Ahead of Time
Ask the Experts: Jacqueline Hall Answers the Most Common Questions About Engineering
Data Drives Change
The vehicle of the future will no longer function solely as a mode of transportation. Car usage behaviour, electrification, sharing, autonomy and connectivity are all ...
Engineering Talent – Autumn/Winter 2019
The ambition for this innovation is evident in its name. How else is Engineering Talent being developed in line with Industry 4.0?
Revealing Thoughts- Autumn/Winter 2019
Revealing thoughts: Technicians and innovation: Establishing the workforce of tomorrow
Apprentices – securing the future of railway engineering skills
These are exciting times for the rail industry. Vast infrastructure investment is set to take place over the coming years ...
Collaborating in your future
Fundamental to delivering significant educational reforms, EAL’s collaboration with City & Guilds combines the strength of two market-leading awarding organisations for ...
Engineering skills for a smarter world
Heard the one about how coal mines could solve renewable energy’s biggest challenge?
The snapshots make essential reading for training providers and employers alike
Skills Awards 2020
Mark history. Make history. Be there at the most prestigious awards in engineering.
Engineering A Safer World
“The EAL award has revolutionised the fire alarm qualification process, giving companies much more choice with regards to their training.”
Review of national occupational standards (NOS)
NOS provide a definitive skills infrastructure for occupations and careers within their related fields.
Brexit Update – Autumn/Winter 2019
Start rates for apprenticeships have fallen by 20% since 2017 and SMEs often struggle ...