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Archived sources

  • ERS Market Research (2005) The engineering and Technology Board 2005 Survey of Registered Engineers. London: ETB.
  • Future Skills Scotland (2005) engineering Construction: Scottish Sector Profile 2005. ECITB/Scottish Enterprise/Highlands and Islands Enterprise.
  • Future Skills Wales (2005) Future Skills Wales 2003 Generic Skills Survey of Employers: SEMTA SSC. Future Skills Wales.
  • Greenfield, S., Peters, J., Lane, N., Rees, T. and Samuels, G. (2002) SET Fair: A Report on Women in Science, engineering and Technology. London: Department of Trade and Industry.
  • Meyer, M. and Morlacchi, P. (2004) The Emergent Technology Sector and the Role of CPD in the Development of Innovative Capacity. London: ETB/SPRU.
  • SEMTA (2003) Market Assessment for Science, engineering and Manufacturing Technologies (second edition). Watford: SEMTA.
  • SEMTA (2004) Business Benefits of Information Technology in the Science, engineering and Manufacturing Technologies Sectors. Results of a preliminary survey of current experience and practice. London: SEMTA.
  • SEMTA (2004) SEMTA Annual Report on Qualifications. Watford: SEMTA.
  • SEMTA (2005) Sector Skills Agreement for the UK Marine Sector Stages 1-3. London: SEMTA.
  • SEMTA/ACNST (2004) SET 4 Equality: Ethnic Minorities into Science and Technology. SEMTA/African-Caribbean Network for Science and Technology.
  • Wilson, R., Homenidou, K. and Dickerson, A. (2004) Working Futures: New Projections of Occupational Employment by Sector and Region 2002-2012 (National Report). Nottingham: SSDA/DfES.
  • Spilsbury Research (2004) National Employers Skills Survey 2003: Cogent. South Yorkshire: SSDA.