From SEMTA to Enginuity: Engineering skills body rebrands

Madeleine Cuff
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Skills body supporting the UK's engineering and manufacturing sectors rebrands to cater for rapidly shifting workforce demands and fast expanding low carbon economy

SEMTA, the skills body for the engineering and manufacturing sector, is today rebranding as 'Enginuity' in a bid to position itself at the forefront of the sectors' shift to a low-carbon economy. As...

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