Skills shortages. Talent gaps.
How do you upskill your SME manufacturing sector workforce, helping your people to be the best, giving your business the competitive edge? Small and medium sized (SME) manufacturing businesses need to develop their workforce to ensure productivity, growth and a culture of innovation. Suppose there was a simple way to kick start this.
EnginE masterclasses are designed to offer fast track development for SME manufacturing sector staff, building confidence and competence in just a day or a half day workshop. These masterclasses designed and delivered by experts, are run by Lancaster University and partners, such as Blackpool College and Blackburn College. They offer in-depth, compelling upskilling for SME manufacturing companies, ready to re-skill staff at no cost. Think about how that would make an impact on your business.
So what’s on offer?
A number of masterclasses are lined up but here are two typical examples.
If you are a leader in an Lancashire SME manufacturing business, learn how to improve workforce planning to create sustained business success.
As a leader in an SME manufacturing business, you need to know about process thinking and lean approaches. Process design and continuous improvement will help you gain a competitive advantage and boost productivity.
EnginE is offering this and a great deal more by way of Skills Champion Interns (based in your company) and other relevant taster courses. More about these no-cost initiatives to follow.
To find out more, contact Annette Suddes EnginE@lancaster.ac.uk 01524 510194 or visit the website www.lancaster.ac.uk/EnginE.
EnginE is co-funded by the European Social Fund. Beneficiaries must be advanced engineering or manufacturing SME’s based in Lancashire, subject to eligibility criteria.