New campus to help young people with careers in engineering and manufacturing
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Young people looking to train and join the engineering and manufacturing industry will be interested to learn that there will be a new dedicated campus created.
Growth Minister Penny Mordaunt made the announcement earlier this month that 900 young people will now be able to pursue their dream careers in engineering and manufacturing at a new campus at Fareham College.
This is a great opportunity for young people who are looking to gain these in-demand skills and then us them to join the contracting market.
More than £9 million of public funding was used to construct the brand new state of the art learning campus.
The Centre of Excellence in Engineering and Manufacturing Advanced Skills Training will offer apprenticeship programmes in automotive, manufacturing, and engineering with blue chip companies such as BAE Systems, GE Aviation, and Virgin Atlantic.
Local Growth Minister Penny Mordaunt, commented, “It is essential that we invest in young people now and equip them with the skills that they and British businesses need to thrive. The new college will allow students to pursue their dream careers and become future business leaders. This specially designed vocational course created in partnership with the industry and Enterprise Zone will not only help local young people reach their potential but compete in a competitive job market, as well as bringing widespread benefits to the local area.”
Simon Dolan is the Sales & Marketing Manager for Contractor Umbrella Ltd, one of the UK’s Most Respected Umbrella Companies and founder member of AllUmbrellaCompaniesAreEqual.
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