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May 2019

Validation for Employability Passport 2> By | Latest news | No Comments

We are pleased to inform you that the Engineering UTC Northern Lincolnshire, has successfully passed the LEPs’ (Local Enterprise Partnership) requirements for validation for Employability Passports, meaning that we are now 1 of 36 providers throughout the Humber!

This validation will now allow our students, throughout their time with the ENL UTC, to have the ability to work towards developing and attaining an Employability Passport, that is based on the CBI’s seven employability skills;

  • Self-management
  • Teamwork
  • Business and customer awareness
  • Problem solving
  • Communication and literacy
  • Application of numeracy
  • Application of IT

An Employability Passport, is part of the Humber LEP’s commitment to improving the level of employability skills throughout the Humber.

The UTC’s positive sustained destinations (where students successfully enter into either further education, apprenticeships or full time positions after leaving school) along with the vocational nature of the courses and expertise of our teaching staff, is underpinned by our excellent careers programme.

The programme is designed to enhance our students understanding of employability whilst developing new and existing skills, helping to give them that edge when competing for jobs, apprenticeships, or applying for university places etc.

With the validation, it will now allow the ENL UTC to apply the achievement of the passport into various employer-based activities throughout the academic year.

LMI Humber Engineering 2> By | Latest news | No Comments

On 20th March, we were delighted to have hosted and to have been a part of the LMI Humber event, which was aimed to help promote and discuss the importance of the engineering sector for the local region.

“The Humber has powered the UK economy for decades, bringing everything from food to freight, coal to cars, passengers to petroleum. As the UK’s busiest port, the Humber is one of the UK’s most important assets.”

Humber Engineering Stats


people locally employed within the engineering sector


is the average salary for engineers across the UK


is the average starting salary for engineering graduates


estimated engineers needed each year to 2024

Want to find out more? Get an insight into the employment opportunities, routes into employment and skills & qualifications needed in key sectors in the Humber from LMI Humber, by viewing the video below.

Spring Term 1 and 2 Roundup 2> By | Latest news | No Comments

We are very pleased to present to you our roundup from Spring term 1 and 2, (January to April 2019).

This interactive newsletter provides you with an exciting overview and insight into a typical half term at the Engineering UTC Northern Lincolnshire.

From our impressive summer results and open events, to several successful challenges and discussing politics, 2019 has got off to a great start. We’re looking forward to ending this academic year the same way we started it, on a high note!

To find out more, please follow the link below!