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Enginuity launches new digital engineering platform to upskill Britain’s engineering and manufacturing workers

Published: 18/05/2020

Enginuity logoMade Smarter and engineering skills organisation Enginuity have worked together to launch a platform today which delivers digital engineering skills in one place to Britain’s engineers and manufacturers.

ENGAGE is a learning hub specifically for the engineering and manufacturing sectors, offering a range of courses from easy first digital engineering steps to more sophisticated technologies and innovation. Development of the platform has been accelerated to support workers at a time when many may have found themselves furloughed. Helping engineers, technicians and wider manufacturing employees to learn and explore digital processes will also help support a much needed post-COVID 19 productivity boost by enabling them to learn the latest digital techniques. Returning employees will be up-skilled and more agile as a workforce, and better able to adapt and respond to the pace of global technological innovation to help their companies recover at speed.

Ann Watson, CEO Enginuity Group explained:

“ENGAGE is an extraordinary collaborative effort from across the sector which will be of real benefit to thousands of users and UK industry as a whole.

“There is no doubt that engineers will be on the frontline in the battle for economic recovery and this digital initiative will play its part ensuring that as many as possible are equipped to deal with the challenges ahead.

“In order to counter the current crisis, Enginuity and our partners, have worked tirelessly to ensure that the platform was available as soon as possible. The platform will evolve and be enriched as more and more content is made available and uploaded in the coming months. As a result of the collaboration, all of the content on the site will be free of charge for three months with Enginuity ensuring that after that date many hundreds of pieces of content will remain freely available to support the economic rebound.”

To access the Made Smarter First Steps to digital manufacturing and Enginuity’s wider content, please visit ENGAGE online

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