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Neon – the new website for engineering inspiration 

Published: 09/10/2020

The team behind Big Bang and Tomorrow’s Engineers has launched a new engineering outreach website for teachers, career co-ordinators and school leaders. Neon is a digital platform which brings Covid-secure engineering inspiration to students through digital and real-world examples and resources. …

Inclusive cultures in engineering

Inclusive cultures in engineering

Published: 02/10/2020

Research from the Royal Academy of Engineering (RAEng) shows that engineers who feel included at work show increased motivation, performance, and commitment to their organisation. RAEng has produced a series of workshop resources specifically for engineering companies to help create an inclusive culture where all members of the team feel valued. The team workshop series is made up of free downloadable workshop exercises, created by inclusion specialists. Each workshop is around 60 minutes long, …

Post A-Level Support Hub - Women's Engineering Society

Post A-Level Support Hub - Women's Engineering Society

Published: 14/08/2020

If you've just received your A-Level results, you may find the Post A-Level Support Hub put together by the Women's Engineering Society (WES) helpful.  The Hub includes information about how grades have been worked out, your options now (with contact details for Ofqual and the Exam Results Helpline) and how to appeal.  …

Public transport: what engineering is needed to reduce infection risk?

Public transport: what engineering is needed to reduce infection risk?

Published: 11/08/2020

A paper published by the National Engineering Policy Centre (NEPC) sets out evidence about different strategies being used on public transport, in the UK and internationally, to reduce the risk of COVID-19 transmission. …

Thousands of students watch Big Bang Digital 2020

Thousands of students watch Big Bang Digital 2020

Published: 31/07/2020

Big Bang Digital 2020 – science, engineering & Covid-19, the one-day digital event which took place in mid-July gave an inspirational and uplifting look at the essential role of science and engineering in a pandemic. …

New initiatives from Enginuity focus on skills

New initiatives from Enginuity focus on skills

Published: 29/05/2020

Enginiuity (formerly Semta) has recently launched two new initiatives that focus on engineering skills …

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

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

Published: 18/05/2020

Made 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. …

Enginuity launches Skills Miner game to unearth ‘hidden’ engineering skills

Enginuity launches Skills Miner game to unearth ‘hidden’ engineering skills

Published: 15/05/2020

In light of the current crisis, and aspiring engineers being stuck at home, Enginuity have released Skills Miner. …

Engineering activities to try at home

Engineering activities to try at home

Published: 31/03/2020

With many children now being home schooled for the next few months, some organisations are providing STEM activities to educate and entertain school age students. …

Engineering response to Covid-19 – can you help?

Engineering response to Covid-19 – can you help?

Published: 20/03/2020

The Royal Academy of Engineering (RAEng) is putting together an initiative to bring together engineers to help tackle the challenge of Covid-19 pandemic …

More young people would consider a career in engineering

More young people would consider a career in engineering

Published: 30/01/2020

The proportion of 16-19 year olds who would consider a career in engineering has increased significantly since 2016 …