Cymraeg

Upskill your workforce through the ‘Metal’ programme

07/08/2017 00:00:00

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Materials and Manufacturing Education Training and Learning (metal) is an industry demand led project aiming to up skill over 360 people in the field of Advanced Materials and Manufacturing through the provision of short, 10 credit courses at level 4 and above. metal is a work based learning project that focuses on technical training modules to address skills shortages and furnish industry with the skills required to thrive in a knowledge led sector.

metal is based within the College of Engineering at Swansea University, a department that ranks in the top 10 for Engineering in the UK and has gained an international reputation of excellence.

metal offers a series of Credit Qualifications that can be used towards professional development and also further education if desired.

metal has been made possible through £1.1 million from the European Social Fund through the Welsh Government.

What are the benefits?

Your Credit Qualification will be at a European recognised academic level. You can use it;

As the courses are credit bearing they can be used towards further learning and gain higher education qualifications. metal offers a progression route for professional learners onto part-time degrees and even up to a full doctorate.

For further information, visit: http://www.project-metal.co.uk/contact

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