Education and skills

Providing information on aspects of education and skills for members and the public.

Education and Skills Factfiles

Education is crucial for creating the engineers of tomorrow. In order for the UK to maintain a competitive advantage we need to ensure that we have a sufficient pool of engineering talent to provide innovation and maintain growth. The IET seeks to influence the Government on issues relating to engineering education by providing position statements and briefing notes using the knowledge and experience from our experts.

 

 

Skills Report 2012 IET Skills Surveys

IET Skills Surveys: a series of yearly reports from 2006 by the IET

IET skills surveys

Stem Report Studying STEM: what are the barriers?

What stops young people studying science, technology, engineering and mathematics? A report from the IET

Studying STEM: what are the barriers?

 

Education Position Statements and Briefings from the IET

 

Engineering Diploma Transforming Engineering Education

A report by the IET on the first year of the new Engineering Diploma for 14 – 19 year olds

Transforming Engineering Education

Education and skills policy statement IET Education Briefing

This IET briefing outlines the measures we believe are vital to encouraging more young people into STEM subjects

IET Education Briefing

 

Electrician technician registration in the UK

 

Electrician technician registration in the UK Electrician technician registration in the UK

This study aims to gain insight and understanding from a participant sample group of 268 qualified electricians, contractors and final-year electrical apprentices working in domestic, commercial and industrial roles within the UK regarding their thoughts and perceptions about professionalism and recognition as electricians.

Electrician technician registration in the UK