Nominations are open but hurry they close on 17th February, 2023.
Join us for our annual celebration of the people and organisations whose commitment to engineering and manufacturing skills is safeguarding the future of our industries.
The 2023 ceremony is taking place at a new venue - the Park Plaza London Riverbank - located by Lambeth Bridge, in London.
This year, we are delighted to be partnering with The Equal Group, working proactively to ensure these awards are as inclusive, accessible and diverse as possible.
Large Employer Apprentice of the Year
Graduate or Degree Apprentice
Best of British
Diversity and Inclusion
Investment in Skills - Lifelong Learning
Is someone's work making a difference today that will have an impact for generations to come; someone delivering engineering triumphs for our digital, environmentally-aware age?
As well as taking home an award, they will earn their place in our
Creating the right environment for apprentices to thrive is crucial. This award recognises employers of all size who value and nurture apprentices, providing skills development that is making a difference.
Chosen from the winners list by the CEO of Enginuity, one individual's achievement is set to earn them even greater recognition.
This individual will win a place in the Enginuity Engineering Hall of Fame.
This award celebrates the commitment, innovative thinking, and superior skills contributed by an apprentice to the workplace of a small to medium sized organisation.
Recognising outstanding commitment to apprentices and apprenticeships by a business with skills development at its heart.
This award celebrates the commitment, innovative thinking, and superior skills contributed by an apprentice to a large organisation.
An organisation, individual, or team making a meaningful contribution to improving diversity & inclusion.
Let us celebrate an individual whose route to degree or degree apprenticeship is truly inspirational.
An individual, team or organisation taking an innovative approach to addressing the skills requirements in our industry.
Park Plaza, Riverbank.
29th June 2023
18 Albert Embankment, London SE1 7TJ
Encouraging an interest in STEM and engineering starts at school and so we are delighted to extend the celebration of skills, knowledge, and talent within our industry to a new initiative: a competition for aspiring engineering talent aimed at secondary school children.
We invite a school team to bring the skills they are learning to life by designing the centre-pieces that will be on the tables at the Skills Awards ceremony. We'll help with manufacturing the chosen design, ensuring that process becomes part of the project as well.
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