Overview

We work in partnership with the engineering community to inspire tomorrow’s engineers and increase the number and diversity of young people choosing academic and vocational pathways into engineering.

In the EngineeringUK Skills Partnership (comprising Corporate Members and Associate Members) we have a network of employers committed to promoting inclusion, diversity and equal opportunities in the profession, who benefit from our insight and analysis together with strategic support and advice.

We manage The Tomorrow's Engineers Code, helping organisations who have pledges to work towards common goals to find more joined-up ways to help all young people understand and be inspired towards engineering careers. Tomorrow’s Engineers draws on resources, expertise and inspiration from across the engineering community to improve the impact of engineering outreach activities in the UK.

We work with Professional Engineering Institutions (PEIs), in partnership on a range of projects as well as supporting and amplifying their work. Through the Careers Working Group we xxxxx

We base everything we do on evidence and we share our analysis and insight widely, so the whole community and wider stakeholders can benefit from the insight we gather. Our research covers topics including engineering skills in the workforce, educational pathways into the industry as well as careers provision in education, diversity in engineering and public perceptions of engineers and engineering. We want our work with young people to make a difference, so we evaluate all our activity and share the learnings so we can improve our collective knowledge of what works well and what has less impact.

Through our policy and public affairs work we encourage collaboration across government, industry and education to ensure the UK has the engineering and technology skills and diversity of thought to deliver against our ambitions in terms of innovation, economic resilience, societal impact and sustainable living.

We run the annual Tomorrow's Engineers Week campaign to give the community a focal point for the promotion of engineering careers to young people and their influencers.