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Employers

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

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Educators

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

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Professionals

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

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Career Seekers

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

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.

Innovation Lab

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.

Insights

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

News & Events

The Enginuity Skills Awards 2020 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.

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Public Benefit Statement

"One engineer can change their world and ours, given the opportunity"

Enginuity provides such opportunity through the creation of practical skills solutions for engineering employers and for individuals who want to see and develop the skills they need to succeed. We do this through the use of unmatched expertise and data. Enginuity promotes and advances the education, training and skills development of individuals employed within the engineering sector and those wishing to become employed within the sector.

Enginuity provides public benefit by:

Enginuity provides public benefit by:

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Supporting Engineering and Manufacturing to drive a positive and growing contribution from the sector both in terms of jobs and contribution to GDP

02

Supporting employers in identifying future skills requirements and developing or sourcing appropriate education and skills solutions to upskill and reskill the existing workforce thereby maintaining people in employment for longer whilst also promoting the sector as an attractive and worthwhile career

03

Ensuring that individuals and employers can access high quality engineering skills training programmes, assessment and validation to keep their skills and competency relevant, up-to-date and evidenced

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Inspiring individuals with latent talent who may not have considered engineering and help individuals already interested in a career in engineering to understand their potential and be given opportunities for development and progression

05

Ensuring that ethics and safety of the public is integrated into all training both directly and through partners to create the right environment for and build trust in engineers to tackle some of  society’s most pressing issues such as climate change

Measuring Public Benefit

Enginuity’s charitable objects for which the company was established are:

To promote and advance the education, training and skills development of persons employed or intending to be employed in the science, technology and engineering industries and other industry where science, technology and engineering skills are required.

Subject to the foregoing object, to extend such training to members of the public generally.

Macro Measures and Trends to track, to help evidence public benefit

Trends: Measures:
Engineering and Manufacturing % contribution to GDP and GVA of UK and trends upwards or downwards

 

  • UK productivity vs rest of world
Size of engineering skills gap and its ongoing trend (increasing/reducing)
  • Unemployment rates
No of engineering degrees undertaken by level, age, gender and trends
  • No of engineering apprenticeships by level, age, gender and trends
Trends with regards to digital and emerging skills and impact on skills gaps and unemployment
  • No of skilled, competent engineers developed via Enginuity or EAL activities

Enginuity shall achieve the above objects by:

Undertaking some, or all, of the following activities: Example Micro measures to evidence contribution to the public benefit as follows:
Developing and setting standards for education and training to validate, test and monitor the standards and to issue certificates
  • Number of National Occupational Standards developed and reviewed
  • Number of apprenticeship standards developed (England)
  • Number of apprenticeship frameworks developed (devolved administrations)
  • Support to employers in IfATE Engineering Apprenticeship standard review
  • Number of apprenticeships achieved under each standard or framework
  • Number of EAL learners certificated by age, gender, level, diversity
  • Number of EAL EPAs delivered

 

Providing facilities for education and training

 

  • Number of EAL accredited centres across the 4 nations, monitoring of trends
  • Number of e-learning courses undertaken via Engineering Talent
  • Number of EAL qualifications registered and certificated
  • Number of EPA carried out
  • Outputs of Engineering Talent in directing individuals to alternative opportunities
  • Outputs from Minecraft game in signposting individuals to opportunity either in work or in training
Providing training courses, instruction and demonstration of all sorts
  • Number of Engineering Talent online training programmes developed
  • Number of Engineering Talent training programmes completed
  • Number of Skills Universe referrals to training courses
  • Development of digital skills awareness training

 

To cooperate with any person or organisation in the provision of industrial or commercial activity connected with education and training
  • No of EAL centres
  • Outputs of Partnership activity eg Princes Trust, HVMC, Scottish Engineering
To obtain grants from any source for the purposes of the Company and to carry out the terms of any such grants.
  • Funding received eg. Melrose, Gatsby by amount and outputs
To provide assistance by grants or otherwise to individuals and organisations engaged or intending to be engaged in any activities mentioned in the foregoing objects to enable them to obtain education and training.
  • Cost of scale of support given
  • Outputs achieved vs target outputs
To seek information from employers in industry and commerce, analyse and publish it as may be necessary.
  • Evidence of data, research, insight
To encourage the involvement of individuals and organisations of all kinds in the activities of the Company.
  • Evidence of the companies we work with – board, Trailblazer groups etc
To establish and maintain close links with other national and international bodies concerned with the setting of training standards, the delivery of education and training and the provision of information about education and training.
  • Enginuity CEO sitting on Engineering Council board
  • Links with EAL centres
  • Evidence of partnership working on the delivery of education and training
To carry out, promote and encourage research in education and training and related fields and to secure the dissemination of the results of that research.
  • Evidence of data, research, insight
  • Outputs of data science work and analytics
  • Support of research of others
To carry out and promote the printing and publishing of papers, periodicals, books, leaflets, reports and training material of all kinds in any medium and to maintain bibliographies and libraries of such material.
  • No of e-learning / online training products developed or sourced and quality rating by users
  • No of individuals using VLE within Engineering Talent
  • Online training completed by no of individuals, hours trained, ave hours by individual, repeat users, success rates
To establish, promote, co-operate with, become a member of, act as or appoint trustees, agents or delegates for, control, manage, superintend, or afford financial or other assistance to the work of any charitable associations or institutions and other bodies incorporated or not incorporated whose objects support or are otherwise similar to those of the Company.
  • Partnerships and their outputs
  • Board memberships of other related organisations

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