Nominate

The Engineering Talent Awards 2020 are now open for entry. 

How to enter

  • Against each category you will find the relevant nominee application form to download, complete and return.
  • The closing date for submissions is Friday 17th January 2020 at 17:00.
  • The judging date for shortlisted individual categories is 21st February in London. Venue and time to be confirmed.
  • Judging criteriaBefore completing a nomination please refer to the judging criteria to support the entry. [PDF download of judging criteria]
  • Frequently asked questions – We’ve developed some frequently asked questions to support your submission. [PDF download of frequently asked questions]

Best Engineering Society of the Year 2020

Best Engineering Society of the Year 2020 Sponsored by:  Available The shortlist for 2020 is: Engineers Without Borders, University College London Handprints e-NABLE Scotland, University of Glasgow Warwick Women’s Engineering Society, Warwick University The winner will announced at a gala awards dinner on 23rd April 2020 in London along with the Overall Excellence in Engineering…

Engineering Apprentice of the Year 2020

Engineering Apprentice of the Year 2020 Sponsored by: IHEEM The shortlist for 2020 is: Emily Wilson, Arup Maddie Beestin, Rolls-Royce Megan Whitbread, Troup Bywaters + Anders Rachel Green, Cadent Gas The winner will announced at a gala awards dinner on 23rd April 2020 in London along with the Overall Excellence in Engineering Award.

Engineering Graduate of the Year 2020

Sponsored by:  ECITB logo

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.

Nominate here.

Engineering Student of the Year 2020

Sponsored by:

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.

Chartered Engineer of the Year 2020

Sponsored by:

Achieving chartered status is a landmark achievement in every engineer’s career. It requires dedication and commitment.

Engineering Returner of the Year 2020

Sponsored by:

The engineering profession is currently short of talent to fill mid/senior level roles in the short to medium term. Many people have left the profession and we really need to encourage them to return.

Best Professional Engineering Institution of the Year 2020

Sponsored by: Royal Academy of Engineering

The United Kingdom has 35 recognised Professional Engineering Institutions (PEIs) who are qualified by the Engineering Council to bestow chartership status on engineers, amongst many other things.

Large Employer of the Year 2020

Sponsored by: tbc

Engineering is a foundation industry for the UK and is home to a number of large employers of engineers. Subsectors range from traditional civil, chemical, pharmaceutical and energy through to clothing, food and beverage and entertainment to name a few.

Small-Medium Enterprise of the Year 2020

Sponsored by: tbc

Engineering is a foundation industry for the UK and is home to a number of large employers of engineers. Subsectors range from traditional civil, chemical, pharmaceutical and energy through to clothing, food and beverage and entertainment to name a few.

Best Inclusion Programme of the Year 2020

Sponsored by: tbc

Engineering is a foundation industry for the UK and is home to a number of large employers of engineers. Subsectors range from traditional civil, chemical, pharmaceutical and energy through to clothing, food and beverage and entertainment to name a few.

Best Recruitment Team of the Year 2020

Sponsored by: tbc

Engineering is a foundation industry for the UK and is home to a number of large employers of engineers. Subsectors range from traditional civil, chemical, pharmaceutical and energy through to clothing, food and beverage and entertainment to name a few.

Best Project of the Year 2020

Sponsored by: tbc

Engineering is a foundation industry for the UK and is home to a number of large employers of engineers. Subsectors range from traditional civil, chemical, pharmaceutical and energy through to clothing, food and beverage and entertainment to name a few.

Employee Network of the Year 2020

Sponsored by: tbc

Engineering is a foundation industry for the UK and is home to a number of large employers of engineers. Subsectors range from traditional civil, chemical, pharmaceutical and energy through to clothing, food and beverage and entertainment to name a few.

Best Innovation of the Year 2020

Best Innovation of the Year 2020 Sponsored by: Babcock The shortlist for 2020 is: Qflow, Brittany Harris, Qualis Flow Stablspoon, Hemal Dias, University of Warwick 3D LiDAR Modelling of Tunnels in Turbulent Flow, Jameel Marafie & Puneet Chhabra, Headlight Ai & Julian Britton, Wessex Water The winner will announced at a gala awards dinner on…

Executive Leader of the Year 2020

Sponsored by: tbc

Engineering is a foundation industry for the UK and is home to a number of large employers of engineers. Subsectors range from traditional civil, chemical, pharmaceutical and energy through to clothing, food and beverage and entertainment to name a few.