MTC Training, the training wing of the Manufacturing Technology Centre based in Coventry, has secured funding from the West Midlands Combined Authority (WMCA) to deliver a brand-new training course that will improve the efficiency of manufacturing businesses across the region.
The Skills Bootcamp Manufacturing Efficiency programme, which is supported by Lloyds Bank, aims to support managers and leaders looking to upskill and optimise their organisation’s processes and output with its unique combination of face-to-face training, self-study and online and remote learning.
Participating businesses will also benefit from line walks facilitated by MTC’s Manufacturing Support Services consultancy experts, who will help delegates with the initial identification of inefficiencies within their workplace across business activity and technology, as well as continued guidance to enhance skills development through the programme.
During the 16-week programme, the delegates will build their skillsets in management, leadership and analytics across eight areas:
The first 12 recruits will begin their free learning journey in September 2023, with a further 36 joining the programme by the end of the year.
The opportunity follows the publication of the WMCA’s Local Skills Report in 2022.
The first four cohorts are free for any delegates from an SME, as part of MTC Training’s partnership with Lloyds Bank. Limited spaces are available, groups of 12 learners will be recruited and start in September through to November. Enquire here.
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