Skills and Funding Adam Baillie Skills Broker / Engineering Academy Operations Manager. CURRENT FEATURES OF AEM SECTOR. 60% of all manufacturing 60% of all exports 18% of GDP 58,000 employed. Transformation Taking Place.
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Skills Broker / Engineering Academy Operations Manager
Aim: To ensure that the skills required for sustainable growth and development of the engineering, manufacturing and metals sector of South Yorkshire are available.
Scope: Advanced Manufacturing and Metals (AMM) and Engineering, Materials and Manufacturing (EMM) sectors.
- source training required
- source funding assistance
* EEF Sheffield members outside SY can access similar services via the EEF Sheffield Projects team
Entry to Industry
The wages and all additional training costs will be the responsibility of employer
Funded by the LSC through work based training providers
Funded by the LSC and RDA through Thomas Rotherham college
What 50 young engineering Scholars in FE colleges throughout South Yorkshire will be financially rewarded over two years
Why To increase the potential intake of good quality young people into the engineering / manufacturing sector at technician level
Where Doncaster College is the lead contractor working with the CoVE partners and all the South Yorkshire Colleges
How Scholars will be selected by a process that includes aptitude and dexterity testing
All scholars will be working with Employers. We need employers support.
When The process of selection is in progress.
The first cohort of scholars have attended a training and induction day on the 24/10/05 at The Source, Meadowhall