The Committee agreed on 30 April 2012 to launch a new inquiry into Engineering skills at age 14 and above.
Terms of reference
21 November 2012
Dr Bill Mitchell, Director, BCS Academy of Computing, Nigel Fine, Chief Executive, Institution of Engineering and Technology, and Dr Matthew Harrison, Director of Education, The Royal Academy of Engineering; Carole Willis, Chief Scientific Adviser, Department for Education; Elizabeth Truss MP, Parliamentary Under Secretary of State (Education and Childcare), Department for Education, and Matthew Hancock MP, Parliamentary Under Secretary of State (Skills), Department for Education and the Department for Business, Innovation and Skills
7 November 2012
Georgia Turner, Student, JCB Academy, Georgie Luff, Student, Newstead Wood School, and Kirsty Rossington, Substation Apprentice, National Grid; Jim Wade, Principal, JCB Academy, Liz Allen, Headteacher, Newstead Wood School, Maggie Galliers, President, Association of Colleges
24 October 2012
Steve Radley, Director of Policy, Engineering Employers Federation (EEF) Lynn Tomkins, UK Operations Director, Sector Skills Council for Science, Engineering and Manufacturing Technologies (SEMTA) Richard Earp, Education and Skills Manager, National Grid Andrew Churchill, Managing Director, JJ Churchill Ltd