The AMRC Training Centre Employer Launch

10th January 2014

The AMRC Training Centre will be open for business in the new year and we would like to extend an invitation to our employer launch.

Part of the University of Sheffield's Advanced Manufacturing Research Centre, the AMRC Training Centre provides training in the practical and academic skills that manufacturing companies need to compete globally, from apprenticeships through to doctorate and MBA level. Our event will be on the 23rd January from 1.00pm - 6pm and will include: Taking a tour of our new showcase facility Meeting some of our 150 apprentices Hearing the latest news about apprenticeships, training and what our centre can deliver Networking and socialising with other companies. We have secured some exceptional speakers, including: Dr Hamid Mughal from Rolls-Royce - Global VP Manufacturing David Pitchforth from Boeing Defence - UK Managing Director and VP James Selka, AESSEAL - Production Director Please book your place here >>

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