Engineering Careers magazine is published four times a year with a circulation of
24,000, which includes heads of manufacturing and engineering, managing directors,
programme leaders, secondary schools, academies, further education colleges and
universities. It is designed to accomplish the following:
- To offer useful and interesting information to engineering apprentices, supplementing
their core studies and keeping them engaged with their chosen industry.
- To showcase engineering and manufacturing to school students aged 14 to 16; to point
out the wealth of opportunities available through a career in engineering and, more
specifically, through a vocational route into industry
- To offer a tool to encourage engineering undergraduates to continue into engineering
upon completion of their studies, it has been designed expressly with the need to
keep engineering undergraduates up-to-date with industry developments to aid their
studies and inspired to continue into an engineering career.
- Reflect the increasing multi-disciplinary approach taken by both modern-day engineering
and today’s university engineering courses.
- 1. To keep employers, training providers and programme leaders fully informed of
funding issues, training initiatives, changes to government legislation and qualifications
and other subjects directly relevant to running, or introducing, a successful apprenticeship
- 2. Provide prospective engineering graduates with a wide range of information and
case studies on what is on offer from employers.