Evaluating outreach programmes and engagement activities is key to maximising the use of available resources and achieving the greatest possible impact.
We evaluate our programmes and share the results to add to the collective understanding of what works well and where we can improve. We also make our tools and methodology available, via the Tomorrow’s Engineers website, and hope other organisations will find them useful as they evaluate their work.
Those resources include guides to designing survey and conduction evaluations with young people, an interactive measures bank with sample questions and our impact framework for engineering outreach as well as webinars and tutorials on how to get the most out of them.
We share the latest evaluations for our work to inspire young people as they become available.
Our bursaries were intended to help schools that meet our equality, diversity and inclusion (EDI) criteria overcome barriers to participation in our programmes and other experiences featured on Neon.
This report details the key findings and recommendations for future EDI bursaries.
We used our equality, diversity and inclusion (EDI) criteria to identify schools that we would prioritise for our programmes to reach more young people from groups underrepresented in engineering.
This report summarises the impact of the EngineeringUK EDI Criteria for 2020/21.