RNN Training have attended the annual Get Up To Speed (GUTS) event at Magna Science Adventure Centre in Rotherham to provide local primary and secondary schools, parents and educators with information, advice and guidance on what apprenticeships are available to provide learners with skills needed to succeed.
With over 3,000 visitors and 90 exhibitors, the 9th annual GUTS event aimed to engage the next generation of science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) students and apprentices with industry-relevant apprenticeships, further and higher education opportunities.
RNN Training Engineering and Automative Skills Consultant Sean Ibrahim represented RNN Training at the Get Up To Speed event.
Sean said: “I’ve had many students of different ages come up to me and ask questions about how we can help them achieve the future career they want.
“It has been very encouraging to see just how engaged so many local students are with apprenticeship opportunities in their local area; it’s been exciting to provide them with advice and guidance on how we can provide the skills they need to succeed in their chosen industry.
“We have a mock set up of wiring and circuits and a lot of visitors have been having a go at seeing if they can produce a working cable connection.
“I’m also thrilled to see such a large amount of local employers investing their time in engaging with the next generation of STEM apprentices; as an education provider we look forward to providing all our current and future apprentice with the hands-on approach these employers are after.”