Next month, EngineeringUK will welcome Rebecca Rawle into the senior executive team as Director of Business Development and Partnerships.
The Tomorrow’s Engineers Code has reached an important milestone, with there being over 250 organisations committed to increasing the diversity and number of young people entering engineering and technology careers.
In the first issue of The Engineer for 2023, our Chief Executive, Dr Hilary Leevers, looks ahead to opportunities for the engineering community to collaborate to inspire tomorrow’s engineers.
EngineeringUK has partnered with Lord Knight and Lord Willetts to launch an inquiry into apprenticeships in engineering, manufacturing and technology.
The UK needs more physics teachers. Without them children are missing out on opportunities to develop their understanding of the world around them. Numerous organisations in the engineering and education sectors are coming together to discuss this problem.
EngineeringUK welcomes the new appointments among Professional Engineering Institutions (PEIs), including of the Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET) and the Institution of Chemical Engineers (IChemE).
EngineeringUK has joined Tech She Can as a supporter to continue efforts to engage young people from groups underrepresented in the engineering sector, particularly young women and girls.
In the last issue of The Engineer for 2022, our Chief Executive, Dr Hilary Leevers, reflects on the past year and what research has told us.
EngineeringUK welcomes a new report led by The Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET) which calls on the government to help tackle the UK’s £1.5bn engineering skills shortage by making changes to the school curriculum.