Developing the skills for growth

19th August 2012

We would like you to invite you to the launch of two major new facilities dedicated to closing the skills gap for manufacturing businesses: AMRC Training Centre providing the practical and theoretical skills that manufacturing companies need to compete globally.

From 2013, the AMRC Training Centre will offer advanced engineering apprenticeship training for 250 people a year, plus higher skills and CPD. National Skills Academy Nuclear Manufacturing  a one stop shop for manufacturers seeking to enter or grow market share in the nuclear sector. Supported by EDF Energy, Areva, Westinghouse and Rolls-Royce, the Skill Academy will tackle the most pressing skills gaps for the nuclear manufacturing supply chain. Both of these facilities are based at the Advanced Manufacturing Park in South Yorkshire, and will be working closely with employers. We would like you to join us to find out more about these centres and how they can help your business to grow and compete. Presentations will include: Ministerial address Manufacturing for nuclear opportunities and challenges for UK employers Strategies to deliver added value for your company in nuclear Regional manufacturing skills strategy and funded initiatives for employers The next generation of manufacturing apprenticeships You will also be able to find out more about: The Cutlers Passport to Employment Sheffield University Technical College and City Deal funding Semta Advanced Skills Accreditation scheme To book, go to: https://www.nuclear.nsacademy.co.uk/form/developing-skills-growth-attendee-booking-form For more information, email: S.Balmer@nuclear.nsacademy.co.uk

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