NOCN Supports Advance Technical Engineering and Construction Training Centre
Posted 19 September 2019
Led by Waltham Forest Council and centre manager Dudley College of Technology in partnership with Simian Risk the official launch of the Advance Technical Engineering & Construction Centre (Advance TECC) takes place on Friday 20th September.
NOCN are proud to be sponsors of the new centre for the next two years, which will offer full-cost, full-funded and Apprenticeship training to learners and employers across the southern regions.
Alongside a construction training offer to service the demands of traditional trades, Dudley College will develop and provide high-quality training to support the future of construction, with training and courses that include Virtual Reality, digital technology and modern construction methods. The centre’s planned activity is set to align to the London Mayor’s Construction Academy (MCA) Scheme, which intends to close the gap between challenging targets for new-build housing and the demand for more skilled construction workers within the capital.
Commenting on the sponsorship, Mark Buckton Director of Job Cards and Services at NOCN Group said, “We are excited to be involved in this new collaboration which will benefit learners from across East London and employers throughout London and the South East. Promoting digital technology and modern construction methods will equip Londoners with key skills employers require to create a workforce which can be more productive in the future.”
Dudley College of Technology is one of twenty outstanding further education colleges in the UK and are considered a national leader of training in modern methods of construction delivery. For further information Dudley College visit www.dudleycol.ac.uk