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Careers Lab Report

Careers Lab Report

Making Careers Lab a reality relies on multiple elements co-ordinating in a way they have not previously. Ultimately we want to see all businesses actively working with schools on the delivery of careers education.

We do not have all the answers but it is clear that we cannot afford to take any longer talking about the problem and debating various solutions. We need to take action to join our activities together.

Read our report for more on how business can play a role in giving Britain the skills it needs…

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Bringing the world of engineering and technology to life

Growing up, I wasn’t given good careers advice; I learnt through coincidence and accident how to get on – on a personal level, it is important to me to make sure that today’s students make careers decisions with their eyes open.Read More

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Keep it in the family

Research shows that the influence of family members on youngsters considering a career in engineering cannot be underestimated.Read More

Attracting

Attracting young talent

Steve Holliday on the importance of investing in and encouraging the next generation of talent to pursue engineering careers.Read More

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Class act

The Royal Academy of Engineering says that, as a country, the UK needs at least a 50% increase in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Maths) graduates to compete on a global footing in the future.Read More

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Collaborating on careers

National Grid is at the centre of an exciting pilot scheme that offers a new way of delivering careers advice in schools. The aim is to bridge the gap between education and the workplace and inspire young people to consider a career in engineering.Read More

Engineering UK 2014: The state of engineering

Engineering UK 2014: The state of engineering

The Engineering UK annual report has established itself as an important source of information to Government and industry on the extent of engineering skills across the country and where the successes and future challenges lie in realising our potential as an engineering nation.

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Where business and education meet

Business has a key role to play in inspiring the next generation, says Steve Holliday. National Grid’s Chief Executive outlines four priorities for making it happen.Read More

Making Education Work

Making Education Work

A report from an Independent Advisory Group chaired by Professor Sir Roy Anderson

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