Talent 2050: Engineering Skills and Education for the Future

Talent 2050: Engineering Skills and Education for the Future

For Britain to compete globally in the middle of this century it needs high level engineering skills within a diverse workforce, ready to lead through unprecedented disruption and global competition.

The National Centre for Universities and Business (NCUB) Talent 2050 programme will explore these issues in depth, creating an impactful roadmap for change. As a first step, NCUB commissioned a review of existing studies and workshops around the UK to set a baseline for current and future engineering skills.

DOWNLOAD THE TALENT 2050 PHASE 1 REPORT HERE

Talent 2050: Engineering Skills and Education for the Future

A review of existing studies and workshops around the UK on current and future engineering skills development

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Authors: Paul Jackson (Jasia Education Ltd) and Robin Mellors-Bourne (Careers Research Advisory Centre)

Publication: 7 November 2018

A full research pack on Phase 1 is available from info@ncub.co.uk

Thanks to support from Barclays, LSBU, Nats and Pearson, the report will now inform Phase 2 of the project including in-depth workshops looking at how future possibilities will shape our skills needs, both for the engineering sector, and for engineering-type skills across sectors and society.

Phase 2 workshops are scheduled in London (21st November), Birmingham and Southampton (27th November), Cardiff (29th November), and Sunderland (5th December). To register interest, or to be kept informed as new dates are confirmed, please do get in touch.

The final report and recommendations of Talent 2050 will be published early in 2019, and you can sign up for updates on this project here.

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