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Fiona Boak Humber EBP/Connexions Humber The Engineering Sector 1.4M employed in industry (2004)

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fiona boak

Fiona Boak

Humber EBP/Connexions Humber

the engineering sector
The Engineering Sector
  • 1.4M employed in industry (2004)
  • Breadth & diversity: mechanical, electrical/electronics, telecommunication, biomedical, aerospace, transport, design, environmental, oil, gas, chemical/nuclear energy & utilities, engineering manufacture and building services
  • Key sub-sectors: basic metal manufacture; electronics; automotive
  • Importance of sector to UK economy
  • 42% of workers 45-64 years
key factors
Key Factors
  • 90% of employment is full-time
  • No south/south east ‘drift’
  • Large number of SMEs
  • Employment in decline
  • Anticipated skills shortages: Level 3
  • Gender imbalance
key drivers
Key Drivers
  • Technological developments
  • Increasing competition
  • Move away from mass production
  • The ‘green agenda’
the national picture
The National Picture
  • Decline in employment over next 10 years
  • Priorities for action: attracting more entrants to the industry, developing appropriate qualifications and training programmes, upskilling the current workforce
yorkshire humber
Yorkshire & Humber
  • 125,200 employed in 6,300 engineering & manufacturing establishments
  • 46% employ 5 or more people
  • 45% of establishments in metal products sector
  • 2 largest engineering occupations: craftspersons: 24% and operators/assemblers: 24%
the humber
The Humber
  • Key employment sector for area
  • Increased reliance on CAD, controlled engineering & manufacturing processes
  • Employers want: increased knowledge/understanding of ICT, health & safety, leadership/management
  • Skills: demand for metal related craft skills
  • Reported lack of local recruitment
  • CATCH facility
  • Environmental technologies: anticipated growth 2005-15
further information
Further Information
  • http://www.guidance-research.org/
  • http://www.semta.org.uk/
  • http://www.scenta.co.uk/
  • http://www.etechb.co.uk/
  • http://www.ecitb.org.uk/
  • http://yp.direct.gov.uk/diplomas/
  • http://www.lmihumber.co.uk/
pathways for progression
Pathways for Progression
  • Developing the local picture
  • Up to date information on learning/ training pathways and providers linked to:
  • Labour market information: jobs/salaries/trends
pathways for progression10
Pathways for Progression
  • http://www.aimhigherhumber.org/