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IChemE’s survey highlights Chartered Chemical status as a crucial factor influencing salaries

Published: 22/05/2024

A recent employment survey conducted by the Institution of Chemical Engineers (IChemE) has established that Chartered member status is the primary determinant of median salary. …

Awareness of T levels in England

Awareness of T levels in England

Published: 09/11/2022

T Levels have the potential to deliver the much-needed skilled engineering workforce in the UK, however a new report published by EngineeringUK highlights that awareness among young people and employers is surprisingly low. …

Cop27 climate goals won’t be met without data science and digital skills, says BCS CEO

Cop27 climate goals won’t be met without data science and digital skills, says BCS CEO

Published: 08/11/2022

Global leaders must put data scientists and broader digital skills at the centre of their climate change ambitions, the professional body for information technology has said. …

Engineering changing the world around us - Tomorrow's Engineers Week 2022

Engineering changing the world around us - Tomorrow's Engineers Week 2022

Published: 07/11/2022

Engineering is a creative, problem solving, exciting career in which no two days are the same. That’s what professionally registered engineers and technicians tell us – and they work in all sorts of roles and organisations you might not expect. …

Thousands of black women ‘missing’ from the IT industry, report warns

Thousands of black women ‘missing’ from the IT industry, report warns

Published: 27/10/2022

Over 20,000 black women are ‘missing’ from the IT profession in the UK, according to a new report from leading industry groups …

Launch of Engineering Neurodiverse Futures programme, by charity Foothold

Launch of Engineering Neurodiverse Futures programme, by charity Foothold

Published: 25/10/2022

Engineering charity Foothold has launched a new programme of support with funding from Neptune Energy, designed to help empower neurodiverse engineers, students and apprentices to achieve their full potential and thrive in both their professional and personal lives. …

Unlocking talent: ensuring T Levels deliver the workforce of the future

Unlocking talent: ensuring T Levels deliver the workforce of the future

Published: 10/10/2022

T levels have potential to deliver much needed homegrown technical talent if challenges faced by employers are addressed by government, according to a new report from Make UK and EngineeringUK, 'Unlocking talent: ensuring T Levels deliver the workforce of the future'. …

First female President Elect of IPEM

First female President Elect of IPEM

Published: 29/09/2022

The first woman to become President Elect of the Institute of Physics and Engineering in Medicine (IPEM) has been appointed to the role. …

BCS, The Chartered Institute for IT, shares its top tech priorities for the new PM and team

BCS, The Chartered Institute for IT, shares its top tech priorities for the new PM and team

Published: 07/09/2022

An open message to the new Prime Minister Liz Truss from BCS, The Chartered Institute for IT, says that technology offers opportunities to solve our biggest problems and a path for Britain to lead the world. Mayank Prakash, President of BCS, The Chartered Institute for IT said: “We urge you to unlock the potential of technology to reimagine our approach to fields like health and the economy. …

Government needs to accept the engineering realities of scaling up low-carbon hydrogen, says report

Government needs to accept the engineering realities of scaling up low-carbon hydrogen, says report

Published: 02/09/2022

The UK government must capture the opportunities presented by low-carbon hydrogen and scale up its production, according to a new report published today by the National Engineering Policy Centre (NEPC) …

Imagine the Future Design Competition - Women's Engineering Society and Lottie

Imagine the Future Design Competition - Women's Engineering Society and Lottie

Published: 01/09/2022

In partnership with Lottie, the Women's Engineering Society (WES) is excited to announce a worldwide design competition for school children. This years theme is 'Imagine the Future', where they are looking for children to build a Lottie-sized futuristic building …