Raising the profile of engineering and engineering careers will encourage young people to consider entering the profession at graduate and technician level. All young people need a good grounding in engineering to face an increasingly technological future with confidence.
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Many more young women could be interested in becoming engineering apprentices but for them to be “converted” to engineering, there needs to be more support and encouragement later in their school careers.
To meet the skills that will help drive the Government’s industrial strategy, the Institution of Mechanical Engineers is publishing a report.
Engineering can no longer afford to remain a sector in which women who join the profession are expected to change their personality in order to 'fit in' - Peter Finegold, Head of Education and Skills, Policy Research
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