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The Skills Show

The Skills Show, which takes place at the NEC in Birmingham from 14-16 November 2013, is the UK’s largest skills and careers event, and engineering is set to make a big impact on the 75,000 visitors expected to attend.

Opportunity for young engineers

The Institution of Structural Engineers aims to inspire future engineers through its Young Structural Engineer of the Year (YSEOY) Award, which is now open for entries.

Engineering opportunities in Liverpool

Some of the country’s largest construction engineering consultancies have joined together to help develop talent in Liverpool and the North West.

Charity recognised for inspiring girls into science and engineering

An education charity which works to inspire young people into science and engineering careers has received a prestigious award from Her Royal Highness The Princess Royal.

Merchant Navy Careers Qualifications

Clyde Marine Training is launching a major drive to raise awareness amongst school leavers and those considering what college courses to apply for that a career at sea, particularly one that is sponsored, could be the answer for them.

Demand for careers at sea grows

The number of people applying to train to become an officer in the British Merchant Navy is at a 10 year high. Glasgow based Clyde Marine Training, reported that they have received over 5,000 applications this year alone.

Paid apprenticeships

A pioneering training centre which will see hundreds of paid apprenticeships provided to students as young as 16 in the largest scheme of its kind in the UK has been unveiled at the University of Sheffield.

Engineering skills

North East engineering firm Tharsus Group has joined with The Blyth Tall Ships Project to provide an engineering skills course, 'The Tharsus Factor' in order to kick-start careers for young unemployed people.

Chemical engineering

UK university applications to study chemical and process engineering have risen by 12% this year despite an overall drop in applications across all subjects.

Engineering is the new career choice for the smart set

Engineering is set to become one of THE top careers for bright young Britons. Even now, ‘I’m an engineer, actually’ is catching on as a great opening line at all the best uptown parties.