Enginuity Skills Awards
Our 2022 Awards Evening Was A Success
The eagerly awaited Enginuity Skills Awards were hosted on 17th March 2022 by Robert Llewellyn at 8 Northumberland Avenue, London and honoured some extraordinary people across the country who are making such a difference in the engineering and manufacturing sector.
Tom Brookes was the big winner of the evening, taking the ‘Skills Champion of the Year Award’ along with the coveted ‘Best of British Engineering Award’.
The night was full of glamour, fun and celebration with over 200 people gathered at the London Venue for the first in-person awards since 2019.
You can read more about the highlights and the full list of award winners here.
These awards are a crucial opportunity for companies of all size to celebrate the new generation of talent shaping the future of our industries.
As we recover from the impacts of Covid-19, helping young learners develop the skills and experience they need to become part of a successful future workforce has never been so important.
By shining a light on the value placed on those in the early phase of their career, we say to those looking to follow them that they too will be welcomed into industries that provide long-term, rewarding careers.
Our industries are a beacon of innovation; for eight years these awards have been celebrating the ingenuity that is changing and improving our world.
Nomination Categories & WINNERS!
Support Through Sponsorship
Sincere thanks to the Sponsors of our 2022 Enginuity Skills Awards:
- BAE Systems (The SME Apprentice of the Year Award)
- QinetiQ (The Skills Innovation of the Year Award)
- Jaguar Land Rover (The SME Investment in Skills Award)
- EAL (The Skills Champion of the Year Award)
- Burton and South Derbyshire College (The Training Partner of the Year Award)
- Enginuity (The Best of British Engineering)
- Fuse Universal (The Large Employer Apprentice of the Year Award)
- Dassault Systemes (The Digital Innovation of the Year Award)
- The Engineer (The Graduate or Degree Apprentice of the Year Award)
Meet our Enginuity Ambassador - Davina
This year, we have appointed Davina Kaur, winner of the 2021 ‘Best of British Engineering’ award and ‘SME Apprentice of the Year’ award, as our first Enginuity Ambassador – these awards represent more than recognition and we build on our winner’s success.
Previous Nominees and Winners
The Enginuity Skills Awards are a night to remember. For those who are nominated it could mean the world to them and their career journey, and for organisations it is a great endorsement of their commitment to the future workforce. Watch videos and read about previous nominees and their spectacular efforts from the 2021 Enginuity Skills Awards.