Preparation for working in the Engineering and Manufacturing Industry

Bespoke core-competency training

The right skills from day one

Providing the necessary experience for your Organisation

In the latest skills survey conducted by The Institute of Engineering and Technology, almost half (49%) of engineering and technology businesses stated that they are experiencing difficulties in the skills they have available to them when trying to recruit new staff.1

We work closely with your organisation to identify the essential skills required from day 1 of employment, to ensure new recruits are equipped with those very skills when they walk through your doors.

Preparation for working in the Engineering Manufacturing Industry (PEWMI) is a 2 week intensive course that provides candidates with the skills and knowledge needed to work in an engineering and manufacturing environment.

Essential Skills
Week 1 Week 2
Employability
Vehicle building competencies
Health and Safety
Understanding process documentation
Wider learning
Mechanical fixings
Problem solving
Torque tightening
Business Improvement Methods
Earth bonding
Electrical verification
Wiring/ looming
Crimping
Huck bolting
Theory and practical assessments
Location

The Preparation for Working in the Engineering and Manufacturing Industry course is delivered at our training facility in the heart of Derby. The facility can be accessed easily by public transport.

Alternatively, we can work with employers to deliver this training on-site. Please contact us for more information.

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References
  1. George.D 2021, Engineering Kids’ Futures, The Institute of Engineering and Technology viewed 13th January 2022 <https://www.theiet.org/media/campaigns/engineering-kids-futures/>