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GTG Training is about to open its brand new state-of-the-art GTG Training Academy. Athe launch will be held on Wednesday 19th June at the new Academy centre in Bearing Drive, Wolverhampton.
The opening of the GTG Training Academy will bring with it a host of employment opportunities, as well as contributing to the improvement of the local economy by supporting local businesses and bringing new business clients and income into the area.
David Scott Chief Executive of GTG Training said, “We are very excited with this new development in the West Midlands. Working with Wolverhampton City Council and the Black Country Chamber of Commerce to bring this deal together it is clear to us that we are moving into a region with an appetite for success through first class people development. When we were shown the range of businesses that have also chosen the Wolverhampton area as their operational base, and the first class skill mix within the area it was an easy investment choice to make.”
GTG Training Academy is poised to welcome a selection of influential business, civic and education leaders as delegates to its new multi-million pound facility.
The event runs from 11.30am until 1.30pm and there will be a selection of refreshments on arrival followed by interactive tours of the facility that will outline recent business developments, newly devised legislation, plus marketing tips for small businesses.
A complimentary networking lunch will also take place on the 20th and 21st June, providing visitors with the unique opportunity to view Richard Noble’s Bloodhound SSC, a replica of the 1000 mph car.
The Bloodhound group has been working tirelessly to achieve its seemingly impossible goal of breaking the ‘World Land Speed Record’. The challenges facing the team and the eventual successes of the team will be outlined during the short presentation.
The Bloodhound SSC show endeavours to inspire the next generation of engineers, and using GTG as a complimentary platform to champion their message, the Bloodhound SSC will be exhibiting its ‘Bloodhound Education Experience’ to local children and teachers at the GTG Training Academy launch event. Schools interested should RSVP with their preferred date and pupil numbers.
Bloodhound SSC will also be using the extensive facilities of the GTG Training Academy to follow on from the Bloodhound Educational Experience, with its teacher only tutorials that focus on STEM practices. The cross-curriculum practice encourages the use of informal and community learning through project-based activities.
Jon Douglass, GTG Training Academy General Manager said, “The aim of our launch event is to display the fantastic training that we can offer the local community and businesses. We are hoping to exhibit the GTGTrainingAcademy facilities at their best and highlight the facility’s diversity with our range of exhibitors, speakers and interactive tours. Hopefully, all launch event attendees will take away something of value to them whether that be important business advice or an insight into the facilities GTG Training can offer and how this will impact on teaching, training or general business needs. GTG Training has something for everybody, and this is what we’re hoping to highlight at the launch event.”
For further information please contact Jodie Davidson on 0141 433 4966 or firstname.lastname@example.org.