UTC Sheffield students to benefit from £1.1 million engineering skills boost in national first

23rd September 2020

Teenagers at UTC Sheffield are set to be the first in the country to develop a new range of in demand high-level digital engineering skills, thanks to a £1.1 million funding boost.

UTC Sheffield City Centre, on Matilda Street, has been successful with a skills capital bid to Sheffield City Region for the installation of a new automation, machining and composites manufacturing facility.

The UTC is the first education provider in the north of England to provide this type of training to students at this age range. Its students will be the youngest in the country to develop these advanced skills from the age of 13.

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