12 Jun 2018

IET Academy e-learning platform for engineers launches

The Institution of Engineering and Technology, IET has launched the IET Academy which is an online learning platform which offers engineers and employers comprehensive, yet flexible engineering courses.

With the IET’s latest skills survey showing that nearly two thirds of employers struggle to recruit engineers with the right skills, the IET Academy has been developed by industry experts to support engineers who want to improve their technical skills and knowledge whilst fitting training around their day job.

The online courses, which are fully interactive and broken up into manageable ‘bite-size’ chunks, will also benefit engineering companies who want to upskill and retain their workforce. Available via a handy App, the IET Academy can be accessed ‘anywhere, anytime’, providing easy access to in-depth training across a broad range of engineering fields. Martin Davies, Head of the IET Academy, said: “Engineers are the most in demand jobs globally, yet with the increasing skills gap and concerns around how traditional engineering roles are changing to adapt with the likes of digitisation, employers are worried that they won’t be able to recruit engineers with the right skills.

“The IET Academy provides a customisable and flexible approach to technical learning and knowledge, allowing engineers and employers to be in control of how their learning is delivered. This not only ensures that courses are manageable around working hours, but lets engineers learn at their own pace, ensuring that they develop the highly specialist skills they need to thrive within their business.”

The mobile courses are suitable for all engineers at any career stage, from apprentice to senior engineer and will support CPD as well as career development.

Initial specialist courses will cover key subjects in Power Systems Engineering, Mobile Communications and Management and Leadership with further courses being developed in Engineering Ethics, Entrepreneurship in Engineering, Professionalism, Risk Management, Transport, BIM, Cyber Security and the 18th Edition IET Wiring Regulations.

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