The UK’s engineering and advanced manufacturing sector has the science-base, skills and future pipeline of talent needed to be world class.
Proactively support employers in the engineering and advanced manufacturing sector to inspire and create the engineers, technicians and scientists of today and tomorrow.
Semta's Strategic Objectives
The strategic objectives defined for Semta's key activities are:
- To be a sustainable not for profit organisation, independent of EAL surpluses and Investment income.
- To further develop Semta Group
Semta Future Enterprise
- To sell employers and Awarding Organisations Semta’s USP (bespoke National Occupational Standards and Apprenticeship Frameworks). Sell Engineering Workforce Planning expertise and Business Improvement Techniques to help employers deliver economic prosperity and job growth.
- To reduce costs and increase efficiency through progressive IT improvement, lean business improvement and emphasis on outsourcing by March 2014
- To be central to powerful alliances and hold key influencing position, to be the “go to” place for Skills by employers, government and industry organisations. Embed Semta into Employers – to be the partners of choice for bidding and up skilling
- To reinvest in line with Charitable Objectives up to 50% of EAL cash generation into non-funded sector up-skilling, to provide the sector with CIAG (Careers, Information, Advice and Guidance) Research, Skills Competitions, and Employer Regional and Sector Groups
Semta Marketing and Communications
- To completely re-invigorate the 5 Ps of the Marketing Mix and our internal communications to drive the achievement of Semta's strategy
- Delivering a highly engaged, performance driven organisation that recognises, rewards the right behaviour, innovation and business results.
- Research and ROI (Return on Investment) to support the business case for increased employer spend where there is a real need, with employers who have a budget or where there is funding.