Matthew Rosser, (Development Engineer for Eden UK) has undertaken 3 courses with the Metal Project to date and intends to attend other courses with METaL with a view to using the Credit Qualifications gained to potentially go on to further academic studies.
With corrosion estimated to cost UK economy around £80 billion per annum, the METaL Project developed a course to enable business to tackle the issue head on.
Providing training for any business is very important - but putting this training into practice is where the real benefits can be
Morhib Miah, Regional Safety, Quality & Environmental Coordinator with Express Reinforcements explains how METaL courses have been beneficial in his role.
Adrian Golding, Production Manager for Envases (UK), details how beneficial the partnership with METaL has been for the company and its employees.
Swansea University has joined up with global steelmaker, Tata Steel, to develop an environmental course, entitled ‘Environmental Issues - Taking the lead in the Environmental Management’.
Matthew James, Senior Process Improvement Specialist at the Royal Mint explains how they have used metal along with the benefits to the company and their employees.
With the aim of improving technical knowledge Oceaneering attended a Corrosion and Coating Technology course provided by the metal project.
Terry-Louise Betambeau attended six metal courses while at the Tata Steel Academy and has used the knowledge she gained to successfully gain a technical role within Tata.
Alex, an Operations Manager at The Royal Mint, has been enrolled on metal as part of his personal development pathway.
James Lelliott attended six metal courses, giving him the confidence to pursue further educational opportunities. He enrolled on a part-time degree with University of Wales Trinity Saint David, and graduated with a First Class Honours degree in Materials Engineering.
Dragon LNG teamed up with metal to develop an Environmental Issues course looking at the effects and causes of their operations on the environment from a Materials Science view.
Tata Steel have used metal to compliment their apprentice training programme.
Brian Edy, Technical Development Manager at Tata explains how they use metal and the benefits it brings to the company and their employees
Due to the flexible nature of the metal courses LASE were able to access courses that were of a high technical standard without any detrimental impact on the business.