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    Digital platform launched to upskill UK engineering

    • By Editor
    • June 1, 2020
    • 1 minute read

    Made Smarter and engineering skills organisation Enginuity have worked together to launch a digital engineering skills platform that delivers for Britain’s manufacturers.

    ENGAGE is the first learning hub to specifically target engineering and manufacturing sectors, offering a range of courses from easy first digital engineering steps to more sophisticated technologies and innovation. Development of the platform has been accelerated to support workers at a time when many may have found themselves furloughed.

    Some of the country’s most cutting-edge companies, centres of innovation and organisations have made content available for the platform’s launch,  including the High Value Manufacturing Catapult, the Institute of Engineering and Technology, Excellence, Make UK and FutureLearn.

    In the coming weeks, more content will be added from Formula 1 and the Royal Academy of Engineering. ENGAGE is easy to navigate and offers support to learners at all levels. First-time digital engineering learners can use a simple chatbot-style interface, which guides them to their specific areas of interest to create a bespoke learning experience.

    The platform has worked closely with Made Smarter to develop and curate two introductory courses on digital technology. For more information on the courses,    visit: https://enginuity.org/innovation-lab/engage/

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    Digital platform launched to upskill UK engineering

    Made Smarter and engineering skills organisation Enginuity have worked together to launch a digital engineering skills platform that delivers for Britain’s manufacturers.

    ENGAGE is the first learning hub to specifically target engineering and manufacturing sectors, offering a range of courses from easy first digital engineering steps to more sophisticated technologies and innovation. Development of the platform has been accelerated to support workers at a time when many may have found themselves furloughed.

    Some of the country’s most cutting-edge companies, centres of innovation and organisations have made content available for the platform’s launch,  including the High Value Manufacturing Catapult, the Institute of Engineering and Technology, Excellence, Make UK and FutureLearn.

    In the coming weeks, more content will be added from Formula 1 and the Royal Academy of Engineering. ENGAGE is easy to navigate and offers support to learners at all levels. First-time digital engineering learners can use a simple chatbot-style interface, which guides them to their specific areas of interest to create a bespoke learning experience.

    The platform has worked closely with Made Smarter to develop and curate two introductory courses on digital technology. For more information on the courses,    visit: https://enginuity.org/innovation-lab/engage/