Accreditation & Certifications

The training courses we provide, combined with the relationships we have with professional institutions are fundamental to building the engineers of tomorrow and developing the engineers of today.

The Engineering Academy is proud to be affiliated to or offer courses which are accredited or certified by the following organisations:

  • City & Guilds

    City & Guilds

    The Engineering Academy is an accredited City & Guilds training centre and are able to provide a wide range of City & Guilds accredited academic courses.

  • EAL


    The Engineering Academy is an accredited EAL centre. EAL is a leading UK awarding body for National Vocational Qualifications (NVQs) and their Scottish equivalents (SVQs).

  • Apprenticeships


    E.ON and the Engineering Academy are committed to providing Apprenticeships and high quality training for the workforce of tomorrow.

  • Energy & Utility Skills

    Energy & Utility Skills

    Energy & Utility Skills has been established with the specific aim of making sure that its member's voices are heard on skills issues. Working under the governance of the Sector Skills Development Agency (SSDA), and within the Skills for Business network (SfBn), our employer-led Sector Skills Council has been charged with tackling the skills debate, qualifications and skills delivery.

  • SummitSkills


    The Engineering Academy is also a member of SummitSkills, the Sector Skills Council for the building services engineering sector.

  • Energy Institute

    Energy Institute

    The Engineering Academy is able to offer free membership of the Energy Institute for the duration of some power plant courses. With a combined membership of over 13,500 individuals and 300 companies across 100 countries, the Energy Institute (EI) is the leading chartered professional membership body for those working in energy.

  • European Social Fund

    European Social Fund

    The ESF is a key part of the Europe 2020 strategy for jobs and smart, sustainable and inclusive growth. It supports the EU's goal of increasing employment by giving unemployed and disadvantaged people the training and support they need to enter jobs. ESF also equips the workforce with the skills needed by business in a competitive global economy.