Shaping UK Naval Skills and Technology
United Kingdom Naval Engineering Science & Technology (UKNEST) is a not-for-profit member organisation that works to support the naval enterprise in the UK. Uniquely, it provides an environment for all stakeholder organisations, private and public, to explore the challenges and opportunities faced by the sector, whilst encouraging early careers engagement and providing advocacy and advice to policy makers.
FutureNEST deliver Project Zeus and 2GenA workshops at Navy Command HQ
2nd February 2024
A Step Change in UK Shipbuilding Skills
2nd November 2023
The UK Shipbuilding Skills Taskforce launched its final report, “A Step Change in UK Shipbuilding Skills”...
26th September 2023
Project Zeus: Visioneering the future operating environment on the principles of sustainability, adaptability, and mitigation
Member Meeting at Leonardo
20th July 2023
Members visit the home of British helicopters
Achieving Artificial Intelligence at Scale in Naval Domain Conference 17 May 2023
24th May 2023
National Apprenticeship Week
7th February 2023
UK Shipbuilding Skills Taskforce (UKSST) marks the start of the National Apprenticeship Week
UK Shipbuilding Skills Taskforce
18th January 2023
UKSST meets at Princess Yachts in Plymouth and starts Prioritisation Phase.
Bronington Trust achieves charitable status
12th January 2023
HMS Bronington, once captained by King Charles, moves a step closer to preservation...
People & Skills
The People & Skills Working Group enables UKNEST to be recognised as a key strategic player in the talent management and resilience of Engineering, Science and Technology (EST) human capability across the Naval Enterprise.
Science & Technology
The Science & Technology Working Group works across the Naval Enterprise to provide thought leadership and a forum for new ideas, collaborative opportunities and technology transfer.