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EAL, specialist skills, awarding and assessment services organisation for industry.



See, develop and make visible the skills you need to succeed in engineering, today and tomorrow.


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We create practical solutions for individuals, educators, and manufacturing and engineering employers, using unmatched industry expertise and data. Our ‘Enginuity’ in marrying our engineering expertise with ingenuity with data, is how we will design and constantly improve solutions that provide a great user experience, create new solutions that are easy to integrate, and prove the business case for engineering skills development.

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Where engineering expertise meets ingenuity with data, sparking new ideas and solutions to see and develop the engineering skills people and businesses need to succeed.


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Apprentice Breakthrough to Keep Industry Moving

Remote End-Point Assessment Boosts Business Recovery Hopes




Industry news

British business is being urged by industry leaders and Unions to adopt newly developed techniques to ensure that thousands of young apprentices can qualify during the pandemic crisis.

The country’s leading awarding organisation for engineering and manufacturing EAL, has developed new protocols for carrying out vital End-Point Assessments remotely – which would allow apprentices to achieve required benchmarks in the learning process, become qualified and be ready to help the nation’s economic recovery.

The breakthrough ensures that even apprentices being furloughed could move to the next level, enhance their earnings and boost their career prospects.

Some government messaging from the DfE has been interpreted that business should put apprentices ‘on hold’ until the crisis has passed leading to a serious breakdown in morale – and businesses ability to bounce back when the lockdown is lifted.

Union leaders have welcomed the timely development.

Kevin Rowan, Head of Organisation, Services & Skills at TUC said: “The new ways of working mark a significant breakthrough for business and apprentices ensuring quality standards are not compromised – whilst allowing companies and personnel to continue building skills and productivity in these challenging times.

“Engineering and manufacturing will be in the front-line of recovery – and we need to ensure that every single apprentice in the pipeline is given a fair chance to do their bit – crisis or no crisis.”

Ian Waddell, of the Confederation of Shipbuilding & Engineering Unions, said: “Tens of thousands of apprentices are in danger of being side-lined – when in fact they should be raring to help us on the road to recovery.

“We wholeheartedly support this pioneering development, championed by Enginuity and its Awarding Organisation, EAL  – and urge industry to make the best use of it in the weeks and months to come.  This crisis must not be allowed to blight thousands of young lives as they set out to help Britain prosper.”

Andrew Robinson, Operations and Apprenticeship Manager at specialist recruitment firm Morson said: “Apprenticeships are at the heart of the Morson Group and are key to securing a sustainable talent pipeline for all future projects.

“In these difficult times, working with the excellent team at EAL and using technology to find agile solutions to the End-Point Assessment process, has allowed us to ensure our apprentices have completed their learning journey and received the qualifications they have worked hard for.”

Derwent Training Association, North Yorkshire, is a training provider delivering engineering apprenticeships.

Claire Gavaghan, CEO said “we moved to remote delivery in mid-March. We went from a standing start and learnt and adapted, not easy but essential. We knew we could not let apprentices be forgotten. They are crucial to the productivity of the UK.

“Not a single apprentice has gone on a break in learning, all are still in-learning and are making progress towards achievement. Employers and apprentices are happy with the continued training.”

The remote End-Point Assessments, began on 13th March 2020 and are carried out by a strong team of 47 specially trained assessors – in aspects of engineering including Automotive, Rail, Aerospace, Manufacturing, Project Management, Maintenance, Automation and Control, Tool Making & Machining, Fabrication & Welding and Engineering Specialisms such as Metrology and Product Design.


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