A&M EDM Welcome Bite Sized Training Courses
The Black Country Skills factory have recently delivered their 100th Bite-Sized training course aimed at upskilling the workforce in the Black Country. The course was delivered to A&M EDM who have benefited by multi skilling their workforce with a range of courses from the Black Country Skills Factory.
The course topic was based on AutoCAD and delivered by the University of Wolverhampton at the Wolverhampton Science Park. Because of the unique way that the Skills Factory is funded by the European Union and the Skills Funding Agency, the course was delivered at no cost to the delegates.
The Skills Factory have been running bite-sized training courses since March 2016 and have reached the 100th milestone running a series of bite-sized courses in such topics as welding, Microsoft Excel, Motor vehicle maintenance, manufacturing quality control and health and safety.
Attending the AutoCAD course were David Tomkins and John Brooks, both engineers at A&M EDM based in Smethwick, who specialise in wire and spark erosion and precision engineering manufacturing components for aerospace and automotive customers.
Mark Wingfield, MD A&M EDM said “A&M EDM welcome the bite sized training courses coordinated by the Skills Factory. We have limited training resources and see the bite sized courses as a practical, low cost means of improving the skills of a range of staff.
A&M has enthusiastically participated in the courses; around twelve staff have attended AutoCAD, lean manufacturing and welding courses, all of which have generated positive responses.”
The Black Country Skills Factory bite sized courses are fully funded due to joint funding from the European Social Fund and the Skills Funding Agency. Topics include AutoCAD, Lean, Welding and many more and are provided by the region’s best training providers.
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