INSIGHT REPORTS

Use the following reports to support and evidence all your communications

Discover the factors that influence the likelihood of a young person aspiring to a science-related career.

A report from Luther Pendragon, commissioned by the ERA Foundation, that addresses issues around raising the profile of engineering among young people.

DfT qualitative research to understand key motivations and barriers to a career in engineering and the role of influencers in forming these opinions.

Discover the factors that influence the likelihood of a young person aspiring to a science-related career.
A report from Luther Pendragon, commissioned by the ERA Foundation, that addresses issues around raising the profile of engineering among young people.
DfT qualitative research to understand key motivations and barriers to a career in engineering and the role of influencers in forming these opinions.

A detailed analysis of engineering’s economic contribution and the composition of its workforce, as well as the extent to which the supply through the education and training pipeline is likely to meet future needs and demand for engineering skills.

A survey that charts the values and beliefs, attitudes and preferences people hold of engineering across 1,500 UK citizens aged 11 to 19.

A look at parental attitudes towards engineering as a career choice for their child, particularly girls. The report also explores the difference between parents of boys and parents of girls in relation to encouraging a career in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM).

A detailed analysis of engineering’s economic contribution and the composition of its workforce, as well as the extent to which the supply through the education and training pipeline is likely to meet future needs and demand for engineering skills.
A survey that charts the values and beliefs, attitudes and preferences people hold of engineering across 1,500 UK citizens aged 11 to 19.
A look at parental attitudes towards engineering as a career choice for their child, particularly girls. The report also explores the difference between parents of boys and parents of girls in relation to encouraging a career in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM).