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The Engineering and Technology Board

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ETB praises 'excellent' results; warns of complacency 25/08/2009
Following this year’s A-Level results, released across the UK last week, the Engineering and Technology Board (ETB) has called on the science, technology and engineering communities to continue promotion of key subjects, particularly to women, in schools. The organisation also congratulated students on what it described as ‘excellent’ results. Full Story...

Engineers welcome Government Inquiry 03/07/2009
According to the ETB chief executives have welcomed the UK Governments acknowledgement that engineering advice and guidance has a crucial role in policy-making and should be brought more closely into the process of Government. They have outlined three areas of the response in which the community has a great deal to offer in order to speed up the process of change. Full Story...

Women can save engineering 07/04/2009
As concern grows regarding the unmet employer demand for science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM) employees, the Engineering and Technology Board (ETB) says women could be the answer. In the UK thousands of women with literacy and numeracy skills still shy away from STEM careers, according to the ETB. Full Story...

PM says engineering will rescue economy 03/03/2009
The UK Prime Minister, Gordon Brown has stressed the importance of science and engineering in Britain’s economic future, saying the country must develop the technical skills needed in high tech industries. The Prime Minister set out his plans to tackle looming skill shortages in Oxford’s famous Romanes Lecture on February 27. Full Story...

Government announces £140m apprentice scheme 08/01/2009
The Engineering and Technology Board (ETB) has welcomed the UK government’s decision to spend £140 million on the creation of 35,000 new apprenticeships. However, the independent organisation called for even greater investment and asked the government prioritise engineering, manufacturing and technology. Full Story...

Jackson appointed to top-spot at ETB 12/12/2008
Paul Jackson Ceng, FIET was appointed as chief executive of the Engineering and Technology Board (ETB), effective from January 5, 2009. Jackson succeeds Dr John Morton. Full Story...