The AMRC Training Centre is just one part of the University of Sheffield AMRC, a cluster of industry-focused manufacturing R&D centres and supporting facilities within the University.
AMRC with Boeing
The University of Sheffield Advanced Manufacturing Research Centre (AMRC) is a network of world-leading research and innovation centres working with advanced manufacturing companies of any size around the globe.
The AMRC specialise in carrying out world-leading research into advanced machining, manufacturing and materials, which is of practical use to industry. They transform industrial and economic performance by making step changes in productivity, increasing competitiveness, developing new products and processes and training new talent and skills.
The AMRC now employ over 500 highly qualified researchers and engineers from around the globe, on the Advanced Manufacturing Park and Sheffield Business Park in South Yorkshire, as well as in Broughton and Preston.
Knowledge Transfer Centre
Opened in early 2012, the AMRC Diamond Jubilee Knowledge Transfer Centre (KTC) provides dedicated meeting, conference and training space to help us engage businesses along the manufacturing supply chain.
The eye-catching building is based around a large training workshop, and also offers highly flexible meeting and teaching rooms. The KTC is equipped with the latest presentation and networking technology, and can host conferences of up to 300 people.
The AMRC with Boeing and Nuclear AMRC are both members of the High Value Manufacturing Catapult, a consortium of seven leading manufacturing and process research centres backed by the Technology Strategy Board.
AMRC developments are supported by the European Regional Development Fund.