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Keep up to date with the latest industry, policy and Enginuity Group news.
Celebrating Skills in Engineering and Manufacturing Matters Now More Than Ever
Challenge and Opportunity – Sector Connector Enginuity Helps Build Back Better
There was much for engineering and manufacturing businesses to cheer in today’s Budget – and it provides a strong foundation on which the sector can start to build for a green, high-tech post-pandemic future.
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.
Evidence of Digital Deprivation in the UK Is Mounting
The evidence of digital deprivation (otherwise known as digital poverty) is mounting, recently highlighted in Ofsted’s Annual Report and is delivering shame to the UK this Christmas – according to one of the UK’s leading industry and skills figures.
Data Driven Careers Convertor Unveiled For Fast Growing Digital Sectors
Manufacturing and engineering ‘sector connector’ Enginuity has developed, created and unveiled a unique online system to convert careers away from ailing industries and inject new life, new opportunity in to fast moving, fast growing digital sectors.
New Space Engineering Technician Apprenticeship Launched
All systems are go for the launch of the new Space Engineering Technician Apprenticeship Standard – powered by Airbus, the University of Leicester and specialist engineering sector connector Enginuity in conjunction with awarding organisation EAL.
Tomorrows Engineers Week 2020
As part of Tomorrow's Engineers Week 2020, which takes place between the 2nd - 6th November, an emphasis is being placed on providing inspiring and exciting opportunities for young people to experience the world of engineering on digital and social media platforms.
Government Axe Vital Funding for Leading Skills
A Government decision to axe vital funding for two leading skills initiatives just as a wave of unemployment sweeps the UK has been met with ‘surprise and disappointment’ from a wide range of organisations in the manufacturing sector.
Welsh Engineering Report Welcomed
The UK’s leading engineering skills organisation, Enginuity, has embraced a new report highlighting the importance of the sector in Wales, which was launched this week.
Skills Announcement by PM Stops Short of What’s Needed
The Prime Minister’s skills announcement is welcome but stops short of industry requirements and may fail to stave off mass unemployment in engineering.
National Inclusion Week
National Inclusion Week, from September 28th-October 4th 2020.
Apprentice Funding Move ‘Falls Short’ – Says Group
New apprentice funding measures unveiled by the government don't go far enough say industry experts including Enginuity's CEO Ann Watson and Tony Burke.
Industry and unions call for emergency measures to save apprenticeships and provide re-skilling and retraining to secure skills essential for UK recovery
Enginuity Leads National Occupational Standards (NOS) Review
Enginuity’s Technical Department is leading a series of review and development projects.
Enginuity and Filtered Deploy Personalised Learning Platform to Support At-Rest Engineers
Digital Engineering Skills Platform Launched with Made Smarter
Enginuity Launches Skills Miner Game to Unearth ‘Hidden’ Engineering Skills
New engineering skills organisation Enginuity launches 6th February