Virtually visit us at Backing Britain Live 2020!
In-Comm Training is delighted to confirm that we are ‘Backing Britain’ this Summer and are encouraging companies and learners to virtually visit us at Made in the Midlands’ digital exhibition.
We will be one of over 150 exhibitors from the industrial world and will have our own interactive booth where you can chat to our one of our advisers about your apprenticeship requirements and how you can benefit from more than 200 different upskilling courses we have available.
The event, which will run for two weeks between August 17th -28t, will give us an ideal opportunity to introduce new trailblazer apprentices, help employers make the most of the levy and explore tailored training and consultancy.
Thanks to ESF-funding, there are also a number of leadership and development courses also available that are free to manufacturers.
Paul Hodgetts, Business Development Advisor at In-Comm Training, commented: “Making sure your workforce has the right skills and flexibility has never been more important, especially as we try to recover from Covid-19.
“We have apprentices ready to be placed and an army of trainers delivering short and long-term courses that will equip existing staff with new skills covering anything from robotics and automation to mechatronics and quality.
“Backing Britain is a great idea, as it’s vital we keep industry talking and collaborating. We can’t wait to get involved in the digital exhibition and look forward to meeting up with existing and new contacts during the two weeks.”
Backing Britain Live 2020 is a two-week business festival run by the Made in Group. Originally scheduled to be held at Coventry’s Ricoh Arena, the advent of social distancing has meant this event has now been transformed into a first of its kind virtual exhibition.
Virtual visitors will hear keynote speeches from industry leaders such as CEO of Gardner Aerospace Dominic Cartwright and CCO of Brompton Bicycle Stephen Loftus, alongside networking areas and over 160 manufacturing exhibitors. The group’s aim is to promote, inspire and share best practice within UK manufacturing.