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  • 1.
    • East Midlands STEM Partnership Presentation
    Mr Geoffrey H Taylor Wednesday 29 th April 2009
  • 2. Introduction Technical Site Logistics Manufacturing
  • 3. The Project
    • To create a dedicated multi-purpose classroom and academy workshop.
    • To use the investment as pump priming
    • to allow a raft of employer engagement
    • initiatives between Caunton & education
    • to take place.
  • 4. Training Workshop Before
  • 5. Training Workshop After
  • 6. Classroom Before
  • 7. Classroom After
  • 8. Training
    • Caunton have historically recruited trainees and apprentices
    • In 2004 the Caunton Academy was opened to provide a designated area of work
    • for apprentices which enabled us to increase the annual intake of apprentices.
    • This decision was made to address the diminishing skills within our industry.
    • 28% of total workforce are currently undergoing training
    • & development
    • 25% of the board of directors joined the company as
    • apprentices
    • Intake five new apprentices per annum
    • – looking to increase this & offer opportunities
    • to external companies/apprentices
    • We host school visits at our works to educate youngsters
    • in the construction of our built environment
  • 9. Working within the local community
    • Caunton are currently working with 1 school (Aldercar) towards placements
    • for the Engineer Diploma This activity will be expanded to a further two
    • schools.
    • Caunton works with a local school in the delivery of the technical certificate
    • which forms part of the apprenticeship framework
    • Work Experience Placements
    • – 12 placements scheduled for 2009
    • University Summer Placements
    • Graduate Recruitment Programme
    • Year in Industry Placements
    • Employer engagement with Schools
    • Teacher exchange visits
  • 10. Output
    • The classroom will enable increased training activities to take place with more people.
    • Equipment in the academy allows the model of a production line to be simulated in a safe environment.
    • The grant enables Caunton to consider the business case to increase apprenticeship numbers.
    • Caunton are also looking to offer other local engineering companies training opportunities.
    • The grant enables Caunton to be an exemplar project to highlight employer good practice in relation to workforce and community skill development.
  • 11. Who’s Involved
    • Contact with the EEF, Learning Skills Council and SEMTA gave introductions to emda and the Catapulting Kids Pilot Scheme.
  • 12.
    • East Midlands STEM Partnership