Women in Engineering

It’s talent and drive not gender that matters in engineering.

That’s our philosophy at the AMRC Training Centre and that’s why we’re working hard to break down barriers and stereotypes to change the perception of engineering for young women and eliminate the gender gap within industry.
We are passionate about engineering and we are passionate about equality and diversity. Much like Sheffield graduate Amy Johnson, who became the first woman to fly solo from Britain to Australia, and was president of the Women’s Engineering Society from 1935-37, we share her determination to prove that women are just as good as men at engineering.
That’s why we have an unwavering commitment to inspiring young women to become the engineers of the future: changing lives and the world for the better.

Women in Engineering

Join us for a Q&A with Emma on what it's like to be a woman in engineering.
Emma Shaw, Project Coordinator at the AMRC
We go into class with Kathryn to see what being an engineering teacher is like.
Kathryn Jackson, University Teacher at the AMRC Training Centre
Read about Beth's journey and how she got to where she is today.
Beth Cousins, Degree Apprentice at the AMRC Training Centre
Here's what a working week looks like for Alex.
Watch Hannah's vlog of an average week in her life as a female engineer.
Hannah Tew, (Former) Composite Centre Partnership Lead at the AMRC
Lucy talks us through what her job consists of as a company director.
Lucy Blackley, Founder and Director of Bombyx PLM


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