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UKESF Skills Corner - October Edition

Each month UKESF CEO, Stewart Edmondson, will be writing a ‘Skills Matter’ feature which highlights the importance of skills within industry. The most fundamental challenge we face is how to get more young people interested in STEM and, in particular, Electronics. As a Governor you can make a real difference

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Monthly Update from TechWorks CEO, Alan Banks

Welcome to the October TechWorks CEO update. I would like to personally thank all our members who have continued to support us and collaborate with each other during these testing times. The TechWorks membership has shown great resilience and ambition to stabilise the UK economy. Our members continue to do

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TechWorks Member Wins Regional Manufacturing Award

Jaltek Systems Ltd pick up winning prize at Regional Manufacturing Awards   The TechWorks & AESIN member won the prize at the regional heats of a major national manufacturing awards programme organised by Make UK, the manufacturers’ organisation. The awards, which recognise excellence among manufacturing companies in seven categories, as

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TechWorks Member Welcomes Five New First Year Modern Apprentices

Diodes welcome apprentices to their Greenock Site This group will spend their first year at college before returning to the site to continue the remainder of their four year qualification, when they will become Equipment Maintenance Technicians! Interested in gaining valuable skills? Email [email protected] For more information on Diodes please visit

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CSA Catapult joins UKESF Scholarship Scheme

Compound Semiconductor Applications (CSA) Catapult who is at the heart of next-generation Electronics Technologies has joined the UKESF Scholarship Scheme.

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UKESF Skills Corner

Stewart Edmondson, UKESF CEO:  “In his post-COVID Plan for Jobs 2020 the Chancellor announced that businesses will be given £2,000 for each new apprentice they hire under the age of 25.  This was part of a package of support totalling £1.6 billion that will be invested in scaling up employment

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Monthly Update from TechWorks CEO, Alan Banks

Welcome to the September TechWorks CEO update. This month we have seen revised restrictions put in place in order to control the virus, therefore, firstly I do hope you, your families and work colleagues are safe and understand that this may impact your business. The UK appears to be heading