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Future proofing your advanced engineering and manufacturing SME through workforce skills
How can EnginE help?
Supported by Boost Business Lancashire
Our AEM focussed services are geared to your business:
Information Events to understand apprenticeships and make them work for your business
Skills Plan for your workforce - dedicated resources to build plans tailored to your business needs
Skills masterclasses - build capacity through our workshops in key areas such as productivity, growth, innovation and digitalisation
Taster modules - try before you commit, for free
Skills champions - bring new skills into your business
To discover more about EnginE and how it could transform your organisation, please complete our enquiry form and we'll be in touch shortly.
Join us at our upcoming events to discover how EnginE could benefit you.
11th July - 3D CAD Modelling Masterclass
"EnginE has dedicated support, tailored to AEM SME's. Let us work with you to address profitability and productivity challenges through effective workforce development" Annette Suddes, EnginE Project Manager
The Times and Sunday Times University of the Year 2018, with TEF gold standard teaching and internationally significant research.
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Blackpool and The Fylde College is a further and higher education college in Blackpool, Lancashire, England. Facilities include four main campuses located across the Fylde Coast, all of which have recently undergone or are currently undergoing major redevelopment.
Blackburn College is a further and higher education college in Blackburn, North West England.
The North West aerospace cluster is the largest in Europe and contributes over £7 billion to the UK economy, accounting for one quarter of the UK aerospace turnover. The NWAA is responsible for shaping the industry through strategic thinking and delivery, by driving innovation and providing supply chain excellence and other business support programmes.
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The NAA is an independent, not-for-profit company which provides a membership service combined with a project management delivery function to the automotive community. The NAA supports micro-companies through to the local global vehicle manufacturers, offering a diverse service using its established networks. This includes the provision of training, events, funding applications and strategic, business and technical advice.
Access to events, workshops, and skills assessment is fully funded, and available to European Social Fund (ESF) eligible businesses within the Advanced Engineering and Manufacturing sectors