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Excellence in Manufacturing Engineering About Us NIPA Training, Skills Development & HR Support Breakfast Workshop 25th September 2014.

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2 Excellence in Manufacturing Engineering About Us NIPA Training, Skills Development & HR Support Breakfast Workshop 25th September 2014

3 togetherbringing EDUCATION & INDUSTRY Excellence in Manufacturing Engineering The Manufacturing Engineering Section is recognised as a Regional Centre for the Manufacturing Industry in Northern Ireland and is continuously seeking to improve the service, quality and range of provision within the sector. The facility provides cutting edge technologies/training resources to support the competitiveness of the Industry and provides a focal point for innovation in key sectors such as Robotics, CNC, Mechatronics/Maintenance, Electronics, Welding and other technologies. Welcome to

4 togetherbringing EDUCATION & INDUSTRY Excellence in Manufacturing Engineering “Develop a curriculum which is focused on economic engagement and which is aligned to the needs of business, industry and the community”.

5 togetherbringing EDUCATION & INDUSTRY Excellence in Manufacturing Engineering Centre for Manufacturing Engineering  6 Campuses (4 delivering Engineering) Ballymena Newtownabbey Magherafelt Coleraine  £35 million turnover  1000 staff  20,000 enrolments 3600 Full Time FE&HE Part Time 600 Training/Apprenticeships  Centre of Manufacturing Engineering

6 togetherbringing EDUCATION & INDUSTRY Excellence in Manufacturing Engineering Staff Compliment:  52 Full Time Lecturing  30 Part Time Lecturing  20 Support/Technician Student Enrolments:  430 Full-Time (HE/FE)  330 Apprenticeships/Training  500 Part-Time (HE/FE)  300 Entitlement Framework  9000 Industrial Hours

7 togetherbringing EDUCATION & INDUSTRY Excellence in Manufacturing Engineering  Vocational Training (Apprenticeships etc)  Further Education  Higher Education  Essential Skills (Literacy, Numeracy & ICT)  Entitlement Framework Programmes (Schools)  Bespoke Training Programmes  R&D Projects (e.g. ESP/CONNECTED3)  Knowledge Transfer – Shared Lecturers In Industry

8 Excellence in Manufacturing Engineering About Us Good Practice Grade 2 Inspection Excellent Curriculum developed in line with industry focus Very good return on Part Time HNC/D Programmes Very good progression of L3 students onto L5 (Full Time Programmes) Good movement of students into employment (Apprenticeships etc) Excellent Current Resources (Physical & Human)

9 togetherbringing EDUCATION & INDUSTRY Excellence in Manufacturing Engineering 10 th in the world & Medallions of Excellence Winners - Mechatronics David Cargill & James Overend

10 togetherbringing EDUCATION & INDUSTRY Excellence in Manufacturing Engineering TODAY TOMORROW TOYOTA

11 togetherbringing EDUCATION & INDUSTRY Excellence in Manufacturing Engineering 1.Designated Toyota Academy for N.I. 2.Continued Knowledge Transfer for Toyota Centres TODAY TOMORROW TOYOTA

12 togetherbringing EDUCATION & INDUSTRY Excellence in Manufacturing Engineering Michelin Technical Centre with Electro–Pneumatic & Hydraulic Training Rigs with PLC Control. Continued Knowledge Transfer Programme in Maintenance Engineering

13 1.Training Partner for NEW Manufacturing Skills in respect of NEW Product (CNC/Robotics/Welding) 2.Provision of a Robotic Welding Training Cell 3.Completed Maintenance Bursary Apprenticeship Scheme 4.Upskilling Mechanical/Electrical/Welding Programme Delivery with BMC

14 togetherbringing EDUCATION & INDUSTRY Excellence in Manufacturing Engineering 6 Year Knowledge Transfer Programmes in Robotics/Die Casting/Maintenance NRC “Out-Centre” at Carrickfergus

15 togetherbringing EDUCATION & INDUSTRY Excellence in Manufacturing Engineering Schrader Electronics Provision of an Automation & Manufacturing Cell

16 togetherbringing EDUCATION & INDUSTRY Excellence in Manufacturing Engineering Development & Delivery of Engineering Manufacturing Schedules Programme for an International Company in Belfast, France, Houston, Singapore, China & Japan.

17 togetherbringing EDUCATION & INDUSTRY Excellence in Manufacturing Engineering Knowledge Transfer Programme in Robotic Welding/CNC Fabrication

18 togetherbringing EDUCATION & INDUSTRY Excellence in Manufacturing Engineering Knowledge Transfer Programmes in Electrical & Electronic Engineering – Mentoring Staff

19 togetherbringing EDUCATION & INDUSTRY Excellence in Manufacturing Engineering Knowledge Transfer Programmes in Electrical & Electronic Engineering (Energy Management System Development

20 togetherbringing EDUCATION & INDUSTRY Excellence in Manufacturing Engineering Knowledge Transfer Programmes in Robotics Engineering

21 togetherbringing EDUCATION & INDUSTRY Excellence in Manufacturing Engineering Advanced Manufacturing CNC Programme for the NI Aerospace Sector

22 togetherbringing EDUCATION & INDUSTRY Excellence in Manufacturing Engineering Customised Level 3 Electrical & Electronic Technical Certificate Delivery for Apprenticeship Programme

23 togetherbringing EDUCATION & INDUSTRY Excellence in Manufacturing Engineering Antrim Castledawson Antrim NACCO Materials Handling Group TODAY TOMORROW TOYOTA Cookstown Craigavon

24 togetherbringing EDUCATION & INDUSTRY Excellence in Manufacturing Engineering

25 togetherbringing EDUCATION & INDUSTRY Excellence in Manufacturing Engineering ApprenticeshipsNI is a Northern Ireland work-based programme designed around the needs of employers offering recognised training/qualifications to new and existing employees aged 16 and over, across a wide range of disciplines.

26 togetherbringing EDUCATION & INDUSTRY Excellence in Manufacturing Engineering NRC is a Recognised Training Supplier, contracted by the Department for Employment & Learning (DEL), to deliver training at both Level 2 & 3 under Industry - Approved Frameworks

27 togetherbringing EDUCATION & INDUSTRY Excellence in Manufacturing Engineering Candidate Eligibility - a person must be:  in or about to take up permanent remunerative employment with a Northern Ireland-based company  contracted to work a minimum of 21 hours per week

28 togetherbringing EDUCATION & INDUSTRY Excellence in Manufacturing Engineering  have the potential to successfully complete all requirements of the appropriate apprenticeship framework;  meet any health requirements (e.g. colour vision) specific to the occupation of their choice;  Qualifications Profile

29 togetherbringing EDUCATION & INDUSTRY Excellence in Manufacturing Engineering EMPLOYERS  Apply their criteria during recruitment  Only potential participants who are assessed as capable/committed to achieving full requirements of the framework should be recruited

30 togetherbringing EDUCATION & INDUSTRY Excellence in Manufacturing Engineering RESTRICTIONS TO ENTRY A person who has previously achieved a recognised vocational qualification at Level 2/Level 3 can only undertake an apprenticeship which is both unrelated to their qualification and in a priority skills framework

31 togetherbringing EDUCATION & INDUSTRY Excellence in Manufacturing Engineering Level 2 & 3 Apprenticeship Framework Breakdown Frameworks have been devised by industry bodies together with the Sector Skills Councils and are therefore tailored to ensure they meet the needs of industry

32 togetherbringing EDUCATION & INDUSTRY Excellence in Manufacturing Engineering Level 2 Apprenticeship Framework  Competency based NVQ at Level 2 (PEO)  Technical Certificate: e.g. BTEC Level 2 Certificate/C&G Level 2 Certificate  Essential Skills (Numeracy/Literacy/ICT) – if not already achieved Level 3 Apprenticeship Framework  Progression from Level 2 Engineering Apprenticeship  Competency based NVQ at Level 3 (Depends on Pathway Chosen)  Technical Certificate: e.g. BTEC Level 3 Diploma in Engineering/ C&G Level 3 Certificate  Grades must satisfy entry criteria for specific Technical Certificates

33 togetherbringing EDUCATION & INDUSTRY Excellence in Manufacturing Engineering Higher Level Apprenticeship Qualifications A NEW “pilot” Higher Level Apprenticeship in Engineering is being delivered by NRC on behalf of DEL, in conjunction with the Industry and SEMTA, tailored to ensure a new demand for higher level skills

34 togetherbringing EDUCATION & INDUSTRY Excellence in Manufacturing Engineering = ++ + Apprenticeship Level 4 “Higher” Apprenticeship Level 3 “Technician” Foundation Degree NVQ 4 L3 Diploma OR A Levels (including Maths/Science) L 2 Diploma NVQ 3 Technical Units if Required = L3 NDNVQ 3 NVQ 2 (Performing Engineering Operations) ONLY IF REQUIRED = ++ + Edexcel L2 Ext Cert NVQ 2 (Performing Engineering Operations) Essential Skills (3 Off) Employee Rights & Responsibiliti es (ERR) Your text here GCSE Grades A - E As per current Model 130 Weeks As per current Model 130 Weeks Entry Criteria Apprenticeship Level Framework Funding Time Frame Progression Routes for Engineering Apprenticeships Apprenticeship Level 2 “Craft” NVQ 2 (Performing Engineering Operations) ONLY IF REQUIRED Essential Skills (3 Off) (If required) Employee Rights & Responsibiliti es (ERR) As per current Model

35 togetherbringing EDUCATION & INDUSTRY Excellence in Manufacturing Engineering HLA Framework  Must be in full-time employment  Competency based NVQ at Level 2, 3 and 4  Foundation Degree Technical Certificate  At least TWO years training/study with 130 weeks for completion Funding  Specialised for the PILOT

36 togetherbringing EDUCATION & INDUSTRY Excellence in Manufacturing Engineering HLA Entry Routes:  Direct entry:  BTEC Level 3 Extended Diploma in Engineering  A Levels in STEM subjects  Grades must satisfy entry criteria for Foundation Degree – currently 160 UCAS points  Progression from Level 3 Engineering Apprenticeship (which includes): BTEC Level 3 Technical Certificate C&G Level 3 Technical Certificate + Bridging Studies

37 togetherbringing EDUCATION & INDUSTRY Excellence in Manufacturing Engineering HLA Framework Breakdown Competency based NVQ units  Level 4 Engineering Manufacture  Research  Design  New Product Development  Engineering & Manufacture  Administration  BIT  Level 2 Performing Engineering Operations and Level 3 Engineering Maintenance/Manufacture NVQ units can be offered to suit company/apprentice requirements

38 togetherbringing EDUCATION & INDUSTRY Excellence in Manufacturing Engineering HLA Framework Breakdown Technical Certificate: UUJ validated Foundation Degree –Mechanical & Manufacturing Engineering –Electrical & Electronic Engineering 2 year part-time delivery model –3 semesters per year –Day release + block module delivery + Work Based Learning Provides articulation to Level 2 of UUJ BEng (Hons) degree programmes Can permit progression into a part-time UUJ degree programme (structured part-time to be developed)

39 togetherbringing EDUCATION & INDUSTRY Excellence in Manufacturing Engineering HLA Framework Breakdown Technical Certificate (cont’d) Foundation degree programme designed by NRC –satisfies compulsory UUJ requirements –retains existing HNC/D technical content Foundation Degree units –CAD/CAM –Pneumatics & Hydraulics –PLCs –Mechatronics –Robotics –Quality & BIT –Energy & Maintenance Systems –Industrial Power & Machines

40 togetherbringing EDUCATION & INDUSTRY Excellence in Manufacturing Engineering Antrim Castledawson Antrim NACCO Materials Handling Group TODAY TOMORROW TOYOTA Cookstown Craigavon

41 togetherbringing EDUCATION & INDUSTRY Excellence in Manufacturing Engineering NIPA Breakfast Meeting 25/9/14 Alan Reid

42 togetherbringing EDUCATION & INDUSTRY Excellence in Manufacturing Engineering What is Connected? An innovation Programme of Knowledge Transfer

43 togetherbringing EDUCATION & INDUSTRY Excellence in Manufacturing Engineering The Aim of Connected Programme The aim of Connected is to extend the range and depth of collaboration of Northern Ireland’s two universities with the further education sector while having a primary focus on meeting the needs of business innovation.

44 togetherbringing EDUCATION & INDUSTRY Excellence in Manufacturing Engineering The Aim of Connected Programme The main message that the project aims to communicate is that universities and colleges are not just places that produce skilled graduates; they also provide a vast diversity of expertise.

45 togetherbringing EDUCATION & INDUSTRY Excellence in Manufacturing Engineering How did Connected Start? Launched in 2007 as a pilot scheme Funded by DEL. Annual budget of £1KK Currently on Connected 3 which will run to 2018 Funding boosted to include a competitive fund of £120k

46 togetherbringing EDUCATION & INDUSTRY Excellence in Manufacturing Engineering Competitive Funding Proposal of an innovative project is put forward to CNI. Collaboration Between FE, HE and an SME required. New to the innovation ladder. Potential Impact of project to assessed. Dissemination of knowledge or skills to other companies

47 togetherbringing EDUCATION & INDUSTRY Excellence in Manufacturing Engineering What is involved Technology transfer to business and the wider community. Knowledge transfer between HE & FE sectors –in key and emerging technologies –World class business practice Best Practice visits Up skilling of staff

48 togetherbringing EDUCATION & INDUSTRY Excellence in Manufacturing Engineering Outcomes Sharing of Knowledge, expertise and contacts Joint knowledge transfer projects Signposting of projects Opening pathways to new collaborations Development of international links Shared lecture scheme Industrial training courses Impacts the student experience in the class room Industrial visit, speakers and placements

49 togetherbringing EDUCATION & INDUSTRY Excellence in Manufacturing Engineering Case Studies Act Wireless Developers of activCampus – Real time localisation System

50 togetherbringing EDUCATION & INDUSTRY Excellence in Manufacturing Engineering Case Studies Armstrong Medical Supplier of high quality, innovative respiratory disposables for anaesthesia and critical care

51 togetherbringing EDUCATION & INDUSTRY Excellence in Manufacturing Engineering Case Studies Ryobi/NRC - Kawasaki Robotics Training

52 togetherbringing EDUCATION & INDUSTRY Excellence in Manufacturing Engineering Competitive Funding Do you have a specialised project that would benefit from FE/HE support that meets the criteria?

53 togetherbringing EDUCATION & INDUSTRY Excellence in Manufacturing Engineering Contact details: Alan Reid Curriculum Manager ConnectED Project Phone: Website:

54 togetherbringing EDUCATION & INDUSTRY Excellence in Manufacturing Engineering DEL funded Employer Support Programme (Engineering) John McClintock

55 togetherbringing EDUCATION & INDUSTRY Excellence in Manufacturing Engineering Employer Support Programme DEL funded programme for SME’s Less than 50 employees Engineering, ICT, Renewables, Tourism and Digital Media Engineering – 60 SME based projects Main focus on skills development and bespoke training

56 togetherbringing EDUCATION & INDUSTRY Excellence in Manufacturing Engineering Employer Support Programme ESP Audit – analysis of needs Agree delivery schedule – 30 hours Bespoke delivery tailored to client –On or off site –Use of industrial level equipment and software –Access to skilled staff and industrial level knowledge

57 togetherbringing EDUCATION & INDUSTRY Excellence in Manufacturing Engineering Employer Support Programme Design development – application of CAD software Computer Aided Manufacturing – use and application of CAM software Implementation of robotic systems – ABB, Cloos, Kawasaki Application and use of PLC’s Electronic Controls - RFiD Pneumatic and Hydraulic Systems Manufacturing Processes – Sheet metal development, CNC Quality standards and implementations Welding and Welding Quality Energy Management

58 togetherbringing EDUCATION & INDUSTRY Excellence in Manufacturing Engineering Engineering Support availed of in various sectors. Aerospace Manufacturing Transport Sector Renewable Sector Food and Drink Sector Travel and Tourism Employer Support Programme

59 togetherbringing EDUCATION & INDUSTRY Excellence in Manufacturing Engineering Contact details: Phone:John Alan Website:

60 togetherbringing EDUCATION & INDUSTRY Excellence in Manufacturing Engineering Industrial Services & Training Gordon Kane Curriculum Manager

61 togetherbringing EDUCATION & INDUSTRY Excellence in Manufacturing Engineering CAD – AutoCad and SolidWorks CAM – Mastercam X7 CNC – Heidenhain, Siemens 840D, Haas, Mazak CMM – PCDMIS Full Cost Recovery Training Programmes

62 togetherbringing EDUCATION & INDUSTRY Excellence in Manufacturing Engineering Robotics – ABB, Cloos, IGM, Kawasaki Manufacturing Processes Course Drawing Interpretation Geometrical Dimensioning & Tolerancing Cost Recovery Training Programmes

63 togetherbringing EDUCATION & INDUSTRY Excellence in Manufacturing Engineering PLC Training –Siemens, Allen Bradley Pneumatics/Electro-Pneumatics Hydraulics Electrical to Mechanical Up-skilling Mechanical to Electrical Up-skilling Cost Recovery Training Programmes

64 togetherbringing EDUCATION & INDUSTRY Excellence in Manufacturing Engineering Fabrication – Laser and Press Brake Welding –MMA,MIG & TIG – CSWIP and more… Cost Recovery Training Programmes

65 togetherbringing EDUCATION & INDUSTRY Excellence in Manufacturing Engineering

66 togetherbringing EDUCATION & INDUSTRY Excellence in Manufacturing Engineering Contact details: Gordon Kane Curriculum Manager Industrial Service Unit – Training Higher Education Manager - Engineering Phone: Website:


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