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Made in the Midlands weekly round up - 05/05/17

Posted on: May 5th

Made in the Midlands interviewed the Deputy Director at the City of Wolverhampton College, Andrew Cartwright and Health & Safety Officer and Training Supervisor at Heller Machine Tools, Owen Needles to discuss: “Apprentices & Bridging the Manufacturing Skills Gap”.

Owen and Andrew answer vital questions including the pot...

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Rolls-Royce to invest £150m in East Midland sites and safeguard 7,000 UK jobs

Posted on: Jun 29th

Engine maker Rolls-Royce are investing £150m in UK aerospace facilities in a move that will safeguard more than 7,000 jobs.

The majority of which will be at its historic Derby site, to support the planned doubling of engine production and its record order book.

The announcement was welcomed by the Government amid fears that some companies are putting off decisions due to Brexit uncertainty.

Most of the cash will be spent creating a new facility for the testing ...

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Made in the Midlands weekly round up - 07/08/17

Posted on: Aug 4th

Made in the Midlands are thrilled to announce that we have selected four finalists to contend for this year’s Young Inventor Award, following a series of panelled presentations from a variety of colleges and training academies.

We can confirm that Matt Taylor, Andrzej Zubczyk, Chelsey Davies and Conner Notley are our four finalists. The overall winner is set to be revealed on Thursday 19th October at the Made in the Midlands Awards at Lilleshall National Sports & Con...

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Skills commission: MIM and MIY welcomes “progression into apprenticeships”

Posted on: Mar 6th

“It was good to attend the Skills Commission reception and to witness first hand the efforts being made by all stakeholders in tackling this vitally important issue.

The event was organised by Policy Connect who manage the All Party Parliamentary Group for skills.

“One of the things which pleased me most ...

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