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



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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Discover, develop and make visible the skills you need to succeed in engineering.



EAL provides rigorous and robust End-Point Assessment (EPA) that validates the quality of training. In a turbulent world, we embrace change to build on tried and tested methods, creating EPA solutions employers can trust.

What is Enginuity?

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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Find all the latest insight and analysis, from the major engineering and manufacturing sectors and from across the UK, in one place.

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The Enginuity Skills Awards 2022 will see industry leaders gather to recognise the brilliant apprentices, champions of skills development, and innovative engineers tackling society’s biggest challenges, who will ensure the future of a sector that is the backbone of the UK economy.


We exist to give one Engineer the opportunity to change their world and ours. Enginuity provides such opportunity through the creation of practical skills solutions for individuals, educators, and manufacturing and engineering employers who want to see and develop the skills they need to succeed.


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Skills Miner Vertical Farming




Enginuity news

We are proud to have created a tool to educate and encourage the engineers of tomorrow.

Key stage 3 teachers are being given a helping hand to kick-start their New Year with better organisation by downloading Skills Miner Vertical Farming – a ready-to-use scheme of work bringing green skills and the “engineering in everything” into the classroom.


Engineering industry charity Enginuity has launched a vertical farming-themed Skills Miner educational game in line with existing curriculum to inspire students aged 11 to 14 to focus on sustainability and consider innovative and exciting engineering careers.


Enginuity joined forces with experts in industry and education to build a series of Minecraft games in line with existing curriculum and mapped to the Skills Builder Essential Framework and Gatsby benchmarks.


Their free Skills Miner game promotes science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM).The available resources harness young people’s love of gaming and it is designed for use during lessons, enrichment, or in after school clubs.


Helenna Vaughan-Smith, senior digital product manager at Enginuity, said: “The game promotes the ‘engineering in everything’ through STEM whilst teaching tomorrow’s engineers the skills needed to solve the challenges already becoming apparent in today’s food industry and champions sustainability throughout.


“We are proud to have created a tool to educate and encourage the engineers of tomorrow. The feedback we have already gained from pupils and teachers has been really positive.”

A class of students aged between 11 and 14 road tested the game at its launch at Smart Factory Expo at Exhibition Centre Liverpool during Digital Manufacturing Week (14 – 18 Nov). Out of the 40 children questioned, 92 per cent felt they had learnt something new, 98.6 per cent wanted to learn more about careers in lesson time and 93 per cent would like to use resources like Skills Miner in lessons more often.


Their awareness of green skills rose with all children knowing nothing or a little, to half of them knowing “quite a lot” and their knowledge of vertical farming rose from knowing nothing or a little to 70 per cent knowing quite a lot or a lot.


Joanne Moran, a teacher at Mosslands School in the Wirral, said: “I think it’s fantastic. The children know they don’t have to go to a countryside to grow food, they can do it here in the city.


“You put a computer in front of a child now and they are engaged straight away. But if you put a book and paper in front of them, they’ll look at it and not be as engaged.”


The game will inspire pupils and help them to explore hidden exciting jobs, their own skills, hidden talents and interests whilst bettering their career choices.


Kerry Dilley, a careers advisor at Savio Salesian College in Merseyside, added: “I think it’s the way in with young people. Certainly, in careers sessions or workshops, I would be willing to incorporate it. If I can get a group to sit and engage like this, they would get something out of it.”


A year nine student from Greenbank High School in Southport said: “I think it’s really fun! It’s a very cool way of learning new information.


I think gaming is the way of learning in the future because the world is evolving so much and so fast around technology. Gaming is the way forwards.”


Download resources and find out more about Skills Miner Vertical Farming here.


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