First birthday of The Code
It is now a year since the Tomorrow’s Engineers Code first launched last October and the community continues to grow from strength to strength with over 160 members. Members range from large international engineering firms to SMEs, professional institutions, government departments, universities, museums and more.
The first anniversary of The Code falls as many Signatories are preparing to work together on the ninth annual Tomorrow’s Engineers Week, 8 to 12 November, which highlights to young people that engineering is a creative, problem solving, exciting career that improves the world around us and is playing an active part in achieving net zero.
Dr Hilary Leevers, Chief Executive of EngineeringUK, said: “The community that has built up through The Code allows us to bring together the expertise of engineers and educators throughout the UK and is helping to achieve the collective impact needed to see as step-change in the number and diversity of young people entering engineering careers.
“As we celebrate Tomorrow’s Engineers Week, we hope to inspire the next generation about the vast range of roles that engineering can offer and the impact that they can have on the future especially in achieving net zero."
To celebrate the first birthday and to continue to increase the impact of The Code, we want to invite organisations outside the current membership to join. We are also planning some upcoming digital workshops for Signatories which you can sign up to as a taster and find out what The Code is all about.
To register interest please complete the form below.