EPC strategic plan
The EPC published Making Waves in 2017, a coordinated plan of changes and activities to maximise our effectiveness in representing engineering academics in national policy, to engage more members at all stages in their career, and to support our members in new and direct ways.
EPC consultations policy
The EPC will follow one of four pathways to prepare its consultation response:
- Full consultation
- Representative consultation
- Executive consultation
- No collective response
The EPC Executive will decide which pathway to use depending on the timing and scope of the consultation. You can read our Protocol for Consultations here.
Where possible, the EPC seeks to offer a single, authoritative, HE engineering voice in our responses to consultations. Sometimes, it is even more effective to collaborate with other education sectors in the engineering space. To this end, we sometimes work with Engineering for Education, an engineering education and skills policy body, to produce collaborative responses.
EPC equality, inclusion and diversity policy statement
The EPC is an inclusive organisation that is fully committed to the principles of fair treatment and to valuing diversity. We recognise that by encouraging equality and diversity in all our activities, we can be more effective in achieving our objectives as an organisation. We further recognise that we should encourage equality, inclusion and diversity more widely to promote a better society for all. The EPC’s goal is to ensure that our commitment to equality, inclusion and diversity is embedded in all working practices with all members, with the EPC Executive and with all other stakeholders. These principles apply in any EPC-related context, such as at meetings or events and in recruitment.