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30 & 31 October 2024

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Every employer that we talk to says there is a shortage of Engineers, therefore training, qualifications are key to ensure we maintain the workforce of today, but also that we grow entries of new employee to the workforce, to sustain and to grow.

There are a variety of contracted associate roles you may wish to apply for, such as Lead and Independent End-Point Assessors, External Quality Assurers, Moderators, Roles with our T Level Qualifications (Moderators, Principal Moderators, Technical Qualification Associates) Examiners and Assured Consultants.

New roles are added to the City & Guilds site, therefore do visit regularly to see new opportunities as they become available. Find out more about the current opportunities and how to apply.  The roles are very different, therefore do read the guidance for each to support your application.

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A round up from Advanced Engineering 2023

The UK’s largest annual gathering of engineering and manufacturing professionals, Advanced Engineering, opened its doors once again on November 1 and 2, 2023 at the NEC, Birmingham. Across the two days, 8,943 attendees witnessed the latest innovations that the UK has to offer at Advanced Engineering, making it an extremely busy and energetic event.

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Chancellor Jeremy Hunt’s autumn Statement: a pivotal boost for UK manufacturing and economic future

Chancellor Jeremy Hunt’s Autumn Statement for 2023 was revealed yesterday, bringing a wave of positive news. Among the highlights are the largest tax cut since the 1980s, £45 billion in funding for the British manufacturing sector, and an Investment Zones program targeting industries deemed crucial for the future. The economic challenges that have persisted for some time are now met with a vital boost, particularly benefiting the manufacturing sector, promising long-term stability.

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