Gateway to Engineering.. The Door is Open!

12th February 2014

Brinsworth Academy of Engineering are opening the doors to their training centre in order to encourage more people to step onto the important career ladder of engineering.

The Gateway to Engineering programme starts on the 3rd March 2014; and will include an opportunity for unemployed individuals to gain an insight into engineering employment. The programme supported by RMBC and the Skills Funding Agency will provide an excellent opportunity for interested learners to visit the training centre and spend a full week to discover more about the skills and jobs that are on offer. The course is open to individuals aged 19 and over and is free to attend - spaces are limited and registration must be made in advance. Tammy Mortland, Recruitment Coordinator for Brinsworth Academy of Engineering is the central point for anyone who is interested in registering for the programme. She said; -We are looking for individuals from all backgrounds, this is not about prior qualifications or experience it is purely a chance to see how vibrant the sector is doing in South Yorkshire. Throughout the course, our tutors will be available to speak to as well as the recruitment team who can offer attendees practical careers advice and guidance. Tammy continued; -If you have an interest in technology and have the enthusiasm to work in the exciting sector then we want to hear from you. The engineering sector needs to recruit over 15,000 people by 2017. This is an ideal opportunity for you to secure your future in engineering. To register your interest in taking part in the Gateway to Engineering programme, contact Tammy Mortland on 01709 389520 or email

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