First look at £5m training centre set to make Huddersfield apprentice capital



A multi-million pound training centre aiming to tackle a looming skills shortage is up and running in Huddersfield.
The state-of-the-art National Process Manufacturing Centre at St Andrew’s Road, Turnbridge, is already training its first intake of 70 apprentices to help equip the Yorkshire region’s chemical, pharmaceutical and food manufacturing companies with the skilled employees they will need to replace an ageing workforce in the decades ahead.
Kirklees College provided a sneak preview of its £5m centre before on official opening on Friday.
The opening ceremony will be attended by... read more

 
12 October 2016 in Yorkshire & Humber, Views: 24
Source: Examiner
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