The Isle of Wight College has opened a new £12 million specialist centre for engineering, offering specialised education and training, based in Whippingham. The new centre will create a world-class workforce and help to assure sustainable long term economic success for local people and the island as a whole.
CECAMM was created to satisfy the Island's need for a highly skilled workforce. Local business have identified the skills they need to satisfy global demands.
Apprenticeships are the most direct route to employment. You'll finish your time at CECAMM with all the skills required for a job in your chosen field.
3D printing, robotics, composites, electronics, advanced fabrication - CECAMM has the best training facilities to kickstart a career in global technology and manufacturing.
The widest variety of options, from Degrees to Apprenticeships. Strengthening local business and satisfying the UK's need for a highly skilled workforce in a global market.
The Solent LEP/IWCollege have invested £12m to create a world-class workforce and help to assure sustainable long term economic success for local people and the Island as a whole.
CECAMM has been designed with guidance from Island employers to give students the skills needed for work, empowering the next workforce generation.
The CECAMM Centre facility will accommodate 447-547 learners, be located at the Island Technology Park, East Cowes (adjacent to GKN Research and Development facility).
The total cost of the proposed 2,950m2 building is £11.39m which is £3,861 per m2, of which 1,850m2 will be workshop space and the balance of 1,100m2 of traditional learning space.
The CECAMM Centre is situated at The Whippingham Technology Park, Whippingham.
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