The Secretary of State for Business, Innovation and Skills, Sajid Javid met young apprentices during a visit to the University of Sheffield Nuclear Advanced Manufacturing Research Centre (Nuclear AMRC) in Rotherham today (Thursday 19 May 2016).
Since taking on its first 140 apprentices in autumn 2013, the AMRC Training Centre has grown rapidly into an award-winning centre of excellence with over 400 employed-status apprentices. This figure is expected to rise to 650 during the next academic year, as demand for apprenticeships continues to grow and young people realise their dreams to pursue an exciting career in engineering.
Each of our apprentice pathways have over 60 modules to choose from, allowing you and your employer to specialise in a specific area. For example, you may follow a technical support pathway and specialise in design or metallurgy. All of our pathways allow you to progress onto our Higher Apprenticeship programme. Click 'READ MORE' for further information.
The AMRC Training Centre is regarded as the ‘Centre of Excellence’ for apprenticeship and CPD delivery within the Yorkshire & Humber region. Our state-of-the-art centre offers the very best in practical and academic training. Working with employers, we identify and provide the skills required that manufacturing companies need to compete globally, from apprenticeship through to doctorate and MBA level. Kick start your career in engineering and become the next generation of engineers - choose the AMRC Training Centre!
Want to start an engineering apprenticeship in '16? Come along to our open event on 9 June. https://t.co/PFG8zSlKHA https://t.co/EIBhyvO4xW