The Engineering Subject Centre delivers support for learning and teaching to the UK higher education engineering community.
Listed below are a number of links to sites which you may find of interest.
Joint statement from the Engineering Council and Royal Academy of Engineering to guide engineering practice and hehaviour.
The Engineering Council is an organisation set up by Royal Charter to regulate the engineering profession in the UK.
Information on work-related and academic qualifications.
QAA aim to safeguard the public interest in sound standards of higher education qualifications and to inform and encourage continuous improvement in the management of the quality of higher education.
Learning that is highly effective and delivers real long term benefits to the individual, organisation and society.
ICE has produced an Ethics toolkit, which provides advice and guidance on how to make ethical decisions systematically.
NUS is one of the largest student organisations in the world providing research, representation, training and expert advice for individual students and students' unions.
NCE is the leading magazine for the UK civil engineering industry with a weekly distribution of nearly 55,000.
OFS is an independent, public body which aims to promote greater choice and opportunities for all students.
Constructionarium Ltd, a not-for-profit organisation provides a unique, innovative and ‘hands-on’ construction experience for students and professionals across the built environment sector; as well as offering Technical, H&S training and NetZero learning.
A number of Engineering ethics tools and papers written by the Royal Academy.
UCAS is the organisation responsible for managing applications to higher education courses in the UK.
The Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), also known as the Global Goals, were adopted by the United Nations in 2015 as a universal call to action to end poverty, protect the planet, and ensure that by 2030 all people enjoy peace and prosperity.
Following a ground-breaking survey for our members about the extent of racism in the construction and built environment industry, this toolkit represents our stance on anti-racism, and forms part of our call-to-action to address race inequality in our industry.
SQA is the national accreditation and awarding body for Scotland. Its purpose is to help people fulfil their potential and maintain standards across Scottish education.