Supported by: RR SMR
Achieving chartered status is a landmark achievement in every engineer’s career. It requires dedication and commitment.
Studying for an engineering degree is a full-time commitment. Diversity is the key to life keeping a positive balance between working hard and maintaining one’s wellbeing. A portion of what spare time we have can be used for helping others.
Supported by: Royal Academy of Engineering
After studying at university, making the transition to the working environment can be challenging.
Who should apply for this category?
This award will celebrate someone who has demonstrated a passion for engineering throughout their studies and has continued pursuing this passion through new avenues in the workplace, especially those who are helping to create a diverse and inclusive engineering workforce.
Engineering Apprentice of the Year 2023 Supported by: Airbus Studying whilst working is a big commitment and we recognise there is a way to go to challenge stereotypes about what apprenticeships are, and what an apprentice looks like. Who should apply for this category? This category will recognise an apprentice who is not only excelling…