Enginuity Skills Awards 2020 Postponed
Despite our very best efforts, due to the spread of the COVID-19 Coronavirus and uncertainty surrounding indoor and large scale events, we are truly sorry to have to announce that we are postponing the Enginuity Skills Awards on 19th March 2020.
We know that this will be disappointing news, however, the safety and wellbeing of all our guests are of paramount importance.
We are working hard with our venue to establish a rescheduled date for the Autumn. Please contact the Enginuity Skills Awards Team at [email protected] if you have specific queries.
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.