The climate crisis and Net Zero challenges are real. Policy makers, employers and educators need to deliver practical, green skills solutions so that today’s engineers - and tomorrow’s - can change our world for the better. We are helping them.
The road to Net Zero is not a long one; time is fast running out which means decisions need to be made now so that the right planning and development can take place.
We remain committed to our core purpose: one engineer can change their world, and ours. Our mission is to make their path to achieving this as smooth as possible.
Since 2020 we have been exploring how gameplay can help a young person discover their aptitude for engineering.
We understand the challenge of bringing engineering to life and enabling young people to gain an insight into what a career in this sector could look like.
Working with the education edition of Minecraft we have created four Skills Miner games and our latest - launched to coincide with COP 26 - brings the challenge of creating greener homes to life.
Minecraft is a blackhole that absorbs attention in a massive chunk of a generation of kids...Bravo to Enginuity for harnessing this to create more than a spark of career interest in these kids.
We have created a Beta Tool which identifies future demand as well as the roles that will help drive sustainable living and working. Employers need to know now what future skills are needed to help industry with the shift to Net Zero; this is likely to mean upskilling or reskilling their workforce. Using our Beta Tool, we can identify the improvements that can make ways of working greener.
We create practical solutions for individuals, educators, and manufacturing and engineering employers, using unmatched industry expertise and data. Our ‘Enginuity’ in marrying our engineering expertise with ingenuity with data, is how we will design and constantly improve solutions and prove the business case for engineering skills development.