About our Toolkits

Our toolkits are separate but overlapping resources designed to support our members to be more professional in what they do. All toolkits are open to members to submit resources or get involved in their further development. 

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Our toolkits:

  • Our Sustainability Toolkit is designed to help engineering educators integrate sustainability-related content into teaching.
  • Our Enterprise Collaboration Toolkit (formerly known as the Crucible Project) is the EPC’s landmark project supporting university and industry collaboration in engineering by showcasing and sharing the keys to success.
  • Our Engineering Ethics Toolkit is designed to help engineering educators embed ethics in teaching.
  • The Intellectual Property Toolkit is as set of IPO guides to patents, trade marks, copyright or design: how intellectual property applies to the work of engineering academics.
  • The Degree Apprenticeships Toolkit offers advice on university-business Degree Apprenticeship programmes.
  • Our Placements Toolkits (formerly Contextual Learning Toolkits) address the recommendations of the Perkins Review of Engineering Skills and the Royal Academy of Engineering’s Universe of Engineering Report about engineering student’s placements in companies.
  • The Accreditation and Quality Assurance Toolkit offers resources to help HEIs with accreditation and quality assurance.
  • The Curriculum Development and Teaching Innovation Toolkit offers a range of resources available to support curriculum development and innovation in teaching engineering programmes.
  • The Leadership and Professional Development Toolkit contains resources available to support you in the professional and administrative areas of your role as you climb the career ladder.
  • The Recruitment and Admissions Toolkit (Archive) provides links to a range of resources and information to help university admissions tutors and those working in recruitment and admissions roles. Note: this toolkit has not yet been updated.

Within About Toolkits you can find the following pages:


Any views, thoughts, and opinions expressed herein are solely that of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views, opinions, policies, or position of the Engineering Professors’ Council or the Toolkit sponsors and supporters.

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