Engineering & Manufacturing Route Review Launched
The Institute for Apprenticeships and Technical Education (the Institute) is hosting a series of consultation events as part of the Engineering and Manufacturing Route Review.
To ensure stakeholders at all levels across industry and education are equally represented, we are inviting employers, training providers and End-point assessment organisations interested in Engineering and Manufacturing (and across all sectors) to register to attend.
These five, free-to-register events offer all attendees a unique opportunity to shape the outcome of the route review and apprenticeship standards of the future.
The fundamental aim is to ensure employers have a safe, competent and productive workforce and individuals enjoy purposeful, satisfying careers that begin with a high-quality apprenticeship.
Please note: tickets for each event are strictly limited and offered on a first-come-first-served basis. Book your ticket now to avoid disappointment.
Please share your thoughts about the #EMRouteReview on social media before, during and after the events.
The Institute for Apprenticeships and Technical Education has taken the decision to extend the deadline for the Engineering and Manufacturing Route Review consultation. Interested parties now have until 5th February 2020 to submit their views and help shape the future of apprenticeships.
Ana Osbourne, Deputy Director – Approvals for the Institute said:
“Employers have told us that they need additional time and we want the hear from everyone who has in interest in the sector.’’
“The extension will help us to take a more rounded view when we come to making decisions on this route.”
• The Engineering and Manufacturing Route Review was launched on 16 October 2019 and was due to run for twelve weeks, the original closing date was 8th January 2020.
We would appreciate your participation in the consultation. We would also appreciate if you could encourage your colleagues and further networks to take part in the consultation.
A 12-week public consultation has been launched as part of the largest ever Route Review by the Institute for Apprenticeships and Technical Education (the Institute). Encompassing 59 apprenticeship standards in the Engineering and Manufacturing sector the announcement follows the successful completion of the Digital Route Review, the first of its kind, in May earlier this year.
The consultation is open to employers, apprentices, training providers and all interested parties to influence future technical training provision within the sector. The Institute is especially keen to encourage a strong engagement with employers who are, in its view, best placed to advise on the UK’s real-world skills and training needs.
This is in line with the Institute’s overarching policy for the reform programme which set about replacing the now-defunct apprenticeship frameworks with standards. A measure which sought to address the widely-held criticism that employer’s skills requirements were not being met under the old model. Dr Graham Honeyman CBE, Route Panel Chair for the Engineering and Manufacturing sector, said:
“It’s great that the review of Engineering and manufacturing Route Review has now been launched. The importance of apprenticeships is huge – they are training the next generation to help ensure that British engineering and manufacturing thrive for years to come. It is vital that we make sure that apprenticeships are fit for businesses looking to develop young talent, which is why I would like to urge as many people as possible to take part in this consultation and support the vital review.”
Jacqueline Hall, Head of Skills Policy for Enginuity also welcomed the news:
“The potential impact arising from the outcome of this review should not be underestimated. As the backbone of the UK’s economy, the consultation’s findings and subsequent review recommendations for the sector will be transformative. Not just here, but across the globe where British Engineering and Manufacturing are rightly regarded as leaders in education and innovation. At a time when Industry 4.0 is revolutionising the way we work and learn, this review is both timely and crucial. I encourage all our friends and colleagues to have their say, and in so doing, a stake in building a better future for us all. Because Engineering and Manufacturing hold the greatest potential for solving the most urgent challenges facing our society and our planet.”
Have Your Say
As custodians of the engineering and manufacturing sector, Enginuity will actively facilitate the Route Review ensuring widespread coverage, participation and inclusivity. You can take part in the consultation process by completing the Route Review Consultant 2019 – Engineering and Manufacturing survey.
Following the publishing of recommendations in Winter 2020/21, the Institute will take a sensible pace of change with the standards available to ensure a smooth transition.
Engineering and Manufacturing Route Review Scope
For reference, the Engineering and Manufacturing Route Review will look at the Route’s Occupational Map as well as the following apprenticeship standards:
Engineering Design and Development Pathway
- ST0010 – Aerospace Engineer
- ST0151 – Embedded Electronic Systems Design and Development Engineer
- ST0164 – Engineering Design and Draughtsperson
- ST0456 – Postgraduate Engineer
- ST0153 – Power Engineer
- ST0027 – Product Design and Development Engineer
Engineering, Manufacturing and Process Control Pathway
- ST0393 – Advanced Dairy Technologist
- ST0059 – Boat Builder
- ST0094 – Composites Technician
- ST0023 – Control/ Technical Support Engineer
- ST0024 – Electrical/ Electronic Technical Support Engineer
- ST0475 – Electrical Power Networks Engineer
- ST0457 – Engineering Technician
- ST0199 – Food and Drink Process Operator
- ST0196 – Food and Drink Advanced Process Operator
- ST0203 – Furniture Manufacturer
- ST0349 – General Welder (Arc Process)
- ST0420 – Lean Manufacturing Operative
- ST0025 – Manufacturing Engineer
- ST0144 – Mineral Processing Mobile and Static Plant Operator
- ST0369 – Non-Destructive Testing Engineer
- ST0288 – Non-Destructive Testing Engineering Technician
- ST0358 – Non-Destructive Testing Operator
- ST0290 – Nuclear Health Physics Monitor
- ST0289 – Nuclear Scientist and Nuclear Engineer
- ST0291 – Nuclear Operative
- ST0380 – Nuclear Technician
- ST0292 – Nuclear Welding Inspection Technician
- ST0296 – Papermaker
- ST0309 – Print Technician
- ST0407 – Process Automation Engineer
- ST0163 – Project Controls Technician
- ST0250 – Science Manufacturing Technician
- ST0422 – Science Manufacturing Process Operative
- ST0604 – Textile Care Operative
- ST0458 – Textile Manufacturing Operative
Maintenance, Installation and Repair Pathway
- ST0352 – Accident Repair Technician
- ST0019 – Aircraft Maintenance Certifying Technician/ Engineer
- ST0014 – Aviation Maintenance Mechanic (Military)
- ST0067 – Bus and Coach Engineering Technician
- ST0157 – Electrical Power Protection and Plant Commissioning Eng
- ST0195 – Food and Drink Maintenance Engineer
- ST0068 – Heavy Vehicle Service and Maintenance Technician
- ST0528 – High Speed Rail and Infrastructure Technician
- ST0154 – Maintenance and Operations Engineering Technician
- ST0156 – Power Network Craftsperson
- ST0495 – Rail and Rail Systems Engineer
- ST0497 – Rail and Rail Systems Principal Engineer
- ST0496 – Rail and Rail Systems Senior Engineer
- ST0316 – Rail Engineering Advanced Technician
- ST0318 – Rail Engineering Technician
- ST0317 – Rail Engineering Operative
- ST0322 – Refrigeration Air Conditioning and Heat Pump Engineering Tech
- ST0066 – Road Transport Engineering Manager
- ST0249 – Science Industry Maintenance Technician
- ST0498 – Specialist Tyre Operative
- ST0015 – Survival Equipment Fitter (Military)
- ST0159 – Utilities Engineering Technician
- ST0160 – Water Process Technician
If you have any questions about these standards please contact: [email protected]
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