M&C Educational Training Services
CALL TO ARMS - Metallurgy
Richard is one of the founding members of M&C Educational Training Services Ltd., which is a private organisation providing educational opportunities for the Manufacturing Engineering Industries' workforce through 'Access and Bridging' learning programmes.
Richard is an innovative, experienced and versatile Metallurgist who gained his experience and practical knowledge within the industry sector.
His passion is metallurgical failure investigation and metallurgical examinations, supporting and providing outcomes for internal and external customers.
Richard has transferred his workplace knowledge and application skills as a Metallurgical Technician and Metallurgist to become an Educationalist. He strongly believes that to reduce the metallurgists' skill gap in the UK's industries, it is paramount to have quality academic-led educational programmes for this sector.
Richard and his M&C team have spent over 2 years developing Metallurgical module programmes, offering student learning experience through on-line, remote studying delivering via webseminars/video conferencing. The student is supported through every step of their educational journey by their assigned Lead Academic, their Industrial Mentor and a virtual learning platform to aid with their studies.
Available now - Level 3 Certificate in Metallurgy : Pathways (unregulated)
Purpose and Description
In this interactive webinar Richard will enlighten you on M&C's market research outlining the industry's skills shortage for trained Metallurgists in the UK.
He will cover in this presentation why we all need to pull together to upskill our metallurgists; how we have developed a platform for e-learning and Richard will touch on our new Certificate in Metallurgy Course.
We are also looking for your help to provide evidence to the qualification regulators to confirm that the industry needs these qualifications and how you can help us and your industry.
Our courses are developed for e-learning which are available to all students, as long as they have access to the internet/WiFi, to study part-time metallurgist related courses, to further their educational understanding and career advancement.
This will be an interactive webinar where we hope to have a live Q&A session with attendees.
Who should attend:
This webinar is beneficial to those up have a vision to upskill their technicians and metallurgists who are working with metallurgical processes and reduce the UK'S SKILLS GAP
GDPR - the legal stuff!
The purpose of collecting your personal data is to enable M&C to facilitate the video conferencing, webinar or live broadcast event and provide wider access to its content and links.
The processors we use to hold your details are: this website and our database (Capsule) and we will forward via email details of our next webinar, links to a questionnaire and include a feedback form. The webinar facility will be Zoom Conferencing any any recordings will be held on YouTube or M&C's website, either as full or partial recording.
We will not be publishing delegate lists, however, your name and email address may be visible to others in attendance during the event.
However, your information will be shared with our training organisation, Elite Centre for Manufacturing Skills (ECMS), who will be processing the numbers of attendees, and keeping records of names, company name and email addressing and providing feedback forms.
The information M&C will share with ECMS will not be be shared with any other organisations and both companies will not use this for marketing purposes, unless, of course, you have signed up for their newsletter/requested for more information.
We may record some events and presenters will have their image and audio captured in the recording. If you are an attendee you may have the option of sharing your image and audio during the session. If you choose to do so, this will also be captured in the recording.
Some events will feature a moderated Q&A. If you choose to interact with the Q&A your comments may be published to others at the event and will also form part of the recording.
If an event is being recorded we will always notify you in advance.
What we will do with it
Any recordings may be used on M&C's website, learning environment and YouTube and marketing purposes either as a full version or broken into segments.