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© Siemens AG All rights reserved.Toby Peyton-Jones C HR NWE. March 2012 Page 1 March 2012 Higher Skills Siemens Martin Hottass, Skills Partner Siemens UK and North West Europe
© Siemens AG All rights reserved.Toby Peyton-Jones C HR NWE. March 2012 Page 2 Background UK ( in total ) will need to recruit an estimated 96,500 Engineers by the year 2016 * 33% of Engineers will reach retirement age in the next 10 years In Germany the picture is the same This is not an issue just for Siemens we have to work together with our competitors our suppliers and our partners in UK This is not an issue for UK this is an issue for Europe * Source : Semta research report
© Siemens AG All rights reserved.Toby Peyton-Jones C HR NWE. March 2012 Page 3 Background The population of the UK is growing in size and is also becoming increasingly older. In 2010, 17% of the population were 65 or older. The number of people aged 85 years and older has more than doubled over the last fifteen years to1.4 million, whilst the percentage of under 16s has fallen from 21% to 19%. The population aged 65 years + will account for 23% of the total population by 2035; whilst the proportion of the population aged between normally considered to be economically active, is due to fall from 65% to 59%
© Siemens AG All rights reserved.Toby Peyton-Jones C HR NWE. March 2012 Page 4 What are the skills we need? We want to grow faster than our competitors by being the partner of choice for our customers. We aim for Sustainable Growth Mechanical Engineering Electrical/Electronic Engineering Assembly skills Mechatronics Advanced lifting Project Management Energy Efficiency Electrical/Electronic Engineering Controls & Instrumentation Mechanical Engineering Railway Engineering Project Management Sustainable Cities Mechatronics Industrial software Electrical/Electronics Automation Project Management Industrial Productivity Process Technology (DX) Electrical/Electronic Engineering Mechatronics Project Management Affordable and Personalized Healthcare Proof pointsCore messageCore topic With our energy-efficient products and solutions we are helping our customers improve their business performance, reduce lifecycle costs, and cut their CO 2 emissions. With our unparalleled portfolio of infrastructure products, smart solutions and services we are helping cities be more environmentally sustainable, competitive, and offer a better quality of life to their residents. Our intelligent technologies make industry customers more competitive. Innovative technologies help them to be more efficient, more flexible, and to reduce their energy footprint. With our innovative solutions, we drive the advancement of human health by enabling professionals to efficiently deliver healthcare, thereby adding years and quality to their patients' lives. Customer & Prospects Employees & Talents | Opinion Leaders | Multipliers We want to attract and engage employees who will shape the world of tomorrow. Drawing on our rich heritage, our employees’ openness and curiosity will drive us towards a sustainable future. Our ambition is to be Employer of Choice Pioneering Spirit | Dynamic Working Environment | Professional Training & Development | Diversity | Worldwide Career Opportunities
© Siemens AG All rights reserved.Toby Peyton-Jones C HR NWE. March 2012 Page 5 Apprenticeships are the foundation intake Apprenticeship GCSE Higher Apprenticeships ‘A’ Levels Graduate Programme Graduate Direct Entry R&D Centres PhD 30%
© Siemens AG All rights reserved.Toby Peyton-Jones C HR NWE. March 2012 Page 6 Higher Vocational Education ‘A’ Levels Higher Apprenticeships Finance & Commercial Academy Higher Apprenticeship in Engineering Technology Typical role: Draughtsperson Higher Apprenticeship in Advanced Manufacturing Typical role: Manufacturing Engineer Higher Apprenticeship – Project Management Typical role: Project Engineer
© Siemens AG All rights reserved.Toby Peyton-Jones C HR NWE. March 2012 Page 7 Siemens Finance & Commercial Academy Finance & Commercial Academy Programme 2012 Talent Pipeline CIMA qualified and part qualified accountants within 4-5 year period Strategically aligned to meet business needs and requirements CIMADevelopment planPlacements Introduction of CIMA qualification from certificate level Structured development plan linked to placements and CIMA studies Rotational placements to continue in Finance and Commercial roles
© Siemens AG All rights reserved.Toby Peyton-Jones C HR NWE. March 2012 Page 8 Jo Lopes Head of Technical Excellence Endorsed by
© Siemens AG All rights reserved.Toby Peyton-Jones C HR NWE. March 2012 Page 9 All accredited modules have compulsory post-lecture assignments which are designed primarily to embed knowledge. Delegates will be able to build up credits over a number of years to gain awards, if desired. Qualifications awarded by a partner university dependent on mixture of modules taken. Modules are all at Masters Degree level and most are 10 or 15 Credits No qualification pre-requisites are required, accepting individuals will need the aptitude to study at masters level Is approved for accreditation by IMechE and the IET as company work-based further learning. Qualification Route Post Grad Certificate Post Grad Diploma MSc Post Grad Award Warwick Uni Only Modules Project Thesis Accreditation CATS Credits
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