Dudley College of Technology is one of the most successful further education colleges in the UK, providing a wide range of education and training programmes across the West Midlands.
The University of Wolverhampton continues to invest in its students, staff, alumni and in the local and international community, and offers a broad range of subjects at foundation, undergraduate and postgraduate level – many accredited by prestigious professional bodies.
The University of Worcester is recognised as one of the country’s leading educators of healthcare professionals, from nurses and midwives, to paramedics and physiotherapists.
Avensys UK Ltd is a global leader in the supply of Bio-Medical Engineering Services. Established as a Medical Engineering company providing repair and maintenance to medical facilities, the company’s service offering now includes medical engineering training, supply of new and pre-owned equipment, medical device storage and medical device financing.
In-Comm Training and the Marches Centre of Manufacturing & Technology (MCMT) is one of the UK’s leading training providers, delivering a truly ‘Ofsted Outstanding’ learning experience.
In-Comm Training and the Marches Centre of Manufacturing & Technology (MCMT) is one of the UK’s leading training providers, delivering a truly ‘Ofsted Outstanding’ learning experience. In-Comm Training will be delivering programmes from the Marches Centre of Manufacturing & Technology (MCMT).
“We are committed to helping to co-design the provision to meet our need for a 5-year manufacturing engineering Apprenticeship starting from day 1 to HNC/Degree Level.”
John Timmins, McCain Foods
“We have welcomed the opportunity to work with Dudley College of Technology on this exciting new development, which will enable PVSL to develop new and innovative products for the food and drink industry.”
Arthur Allen, PVSL
“The Dudley IoT is going to provide students of all ages across the Black Country with a great opportunity to upskill and reskill in the technologies we will need in the future.”
Martin Dudley, Thomas Dudley
“I confirm that we fully support the IoT. In particular, we are very interested in higher and degree level Apprenticeships that are industry-led and provide much needed hands-on higher skills
and progression routes for our homegrown apprentices.”
Phil Calcutt, A&M EDM
“A&T Enclosures Ltd welcomes the new Black Country and Marches Institute of Technology. Having access to higher level technical skills training locally will support the modernisation of
our business and future-proof our employees’ skillsets.”
Emma Cromarty, A&T
“The IoT is a good fit for apprentices for our Industry, at all levels up to a degree qualification. As we recruit new apprentices and trainees, we would seriously consider the Dudley IoT to provide
Jonathan Craven, Operations Director Howmet Fastening Systems Limited.
“We want our apprentices to be work ready and able to impact on productivity from day one. We believe the IoT will facilitate this.”
Anita Davenport-Brookes, Lander Automotive
“High quality training is key to unlocking people’s potential and helping them get on in life. Wolverhampton Homes is delighted that young people and adults in our area will have access to the new Black Country & Marches Institute of Technology to help them develop the technical skills that local employers like us really value.”
Julie Haydon, Assistant Director of Corporate Services, Wolverhampton Homes
“We offer our full support to the new Black Country & Marches Institute of Technology. We have worked with Dudley College of Technology for a number of years and have built a strong relationship with the college. As well as being our Apprenticeship provider, we also work with Dudley College to deliver our Technical Training upskilling programmes, sending hundreds of staff there each year.”
Harriet Bone, Tesco Maintenance
“AMG welcomes the Institute of Technology to the Black Country Region and can see it having a huge positive influence in assisting with the upskilling of existing staff and encouraging new apprentices to the industry.”
Arthur Griffiths, AMG Group
“With construction technologies constantly evolving, the future of our industry depends on institutions like the IoT to provide students with the much-needed, higher level technical skills to bridge the skills gap and continue to develop new and exciting innovations.”
Adrian Speller, Speller Metcalfe.
“As the workplace continues to undergo a digital transformation, how we automate tasks and use data has the potential to transform our lives, from cutting carbon to bringing about significant efficiencies. The Institute of Technology (IoT) will provide students of all ages with the academic and professional know-how employers need and value, by offering higher level training in the technologies of the future combined with hands-on experience.”
Colin Wood, AECOM UK&I Chief Executive
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