Aspiring engineers visit the AMRC

The AMRC Training Centre team were happy to welcome the work-wise foundation this week. Work-wise is an initiative inspired and led by local employees, with the aim of enhancing the future employment prospects of up to 200 young people across the city region through a series of summer camps.

A group of 8 young aspiring engineers were given a background of the AMRC followed by a tour of the Nuclear AMRC, Factory of the Future and the Composite Centre. The tour gave the young people the opportunity to get a feel for modern engineering and they seemed suitably impressed by the cutting edge machinery and facilities on show. Work-wise associate John Barber said “yesterday they saw the history of engineering in South Yorkshire with a visit to Cutlers Hall and today they had the opportunity to see the future of advanced engineering in the region.I think the group would definitely be interested in apprenticeships in a few years time.”

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Aspiring engineers visit the AMRC

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