The EngTech will have made a positive difference to their company and have made a significant contribution to encouraging young people into an engineering career.
This may include working within a school or with a group of pupils, within a youth group, mentoring work experience placements, or other promotional activities. It is expected that such activities are long-term initiatives continuing into the future.
Entrants must also show a career plan for the next three years or so.
The award will be made to an individual that has made a significant contribution to promoting EngTech registration in either an engineering role or in supportive roles such as manager, supervisor, lecturer, mentor, trainer, HR professional or advisor.
The award will be made to someone demonstrating direct involvement in growing and promoting the Institution’s EngTech registration.
This could include activities such as:
- Promotion at team and staff briefings
- Offering one to one support to colleagues
- Organising workshops and events.
- Seeking support from other bodies
- Acting as an EngTech ambassador within the organisation
- Offering support to peers
- Developing policies to increase registration
- Promoting registration through general communications
- Working to include EngTech registration in job specifications and procurement documentation.
Closing date: 30 June 2021.
- Applications can be made by a company employee, or colleagues in the engineering community who have knowledge of your achievements.
- 500 words of supporting copy are required to enter the award with accompanying photographic or diagrammatic evidence and third party endorsement if appropriate.
- The application must be signed by a sponsor who supports your application.
Submit your completed application form to:
IMechE Prizes and Awards Department
Bury St Edmunds