SUPPORTING RECOVERY: MANUFACTURING

BUSINESS RECOVERY
WEBINAR TWO

Innovation And Skills:
How To Adapt For The Future

Date: This webinar took place 29th September 2020

Duration: 1 hour

Details:

The aim of the Greater Birmingham and Solihull Institute of Technology (GBSIoT)*, and this webinar,  is to support performance of manufacturing businesses and their supply chain through skills, research and assisting in the adoption of new technologies, to meet their customer demand and maintain business through the current economic environment.

Price: Free of charge

SUPPORTING RECOVERY: MANUFACTURING

BUSINESS RECOVERY WEBINAR two

Innovation And Skills:
How To Adapt For The Future

Date: This webinar took place 29th September 2020

Duration: 1 hour

Details:

The aim of the Greater Birmingham and Solihull Institute of Technology (GBSIoT)* is to support performance of manufacturing businesses and their supply chain to meet their customer demand and maintain business through the current economic environment.

Price: Free of charge

This Business Recovery webinar series is being produced by Birmingham City University (BCU) on behalf of GBSIoT and delivered in conjunction with the Greater Birmingham Chamber of Commerce (GBCC).

*The GBSIoT is an engineering education organisation formed by Aston University, Birmingham City University, Birmingham Metropolitan College, Solihull College and University Centre, South and City College Birmingham, University College Birmingham and the University of Birmingham. The GBSIoT is financially backed by the Department for Education and guided by a board formed from leading West Midlands engineering employers.

Why you should attend this business recovery webinar

The Innovation And Skills: How To Adapt For The Future webinar will help you

  • Define the Innovation and Skills challenges for your business by relating to those outlined by business presenters that provide strategic leadership.
  • Build awareness of education partner talent pools, facilities, products, services and funding opportunities for selection purpose.
  • Contribute to shaping education GBSIoT partner talent provision, facilities, products and services for the future.
  • Contribute to shaping future funding availability to aid manufacturing businesses with the challenges that they face.

TOPICS AND SPEAKERS

Welcome and introduction: Paul Faulkner – Chief Executive at Greater Birmingham Chambers of Commerce.

Topic 1:

Industry 4.0 – Adoption of automation to maintain productivity through testing times.

Speaker:

Tom Bouchier – Managing Director  FANUC UK 

Topic 2:

The changing landscape of engineering roles and disciplines and how technology is attracting a new diverse workforce.

Speaker:

Sukhi Clark – Group Operations Director, Envisage Group Ltd 

Topic 3:

Managing Learning and Development to meet the present and future challenges on business.

Speaker:

Lee Cattermole – Learning and Development Manager Salts Healthcare Ltd

Topic 4:

How to optimise outcomes from a higher education partnership.

Speakers:

Tony Sartorius – Chairman & owner- Alucast Ltd

Paula Creswell –  Business Engagement and Programme Director, The Advanced Services Group, Aston University 

TOPICS AND SPEAKERS

Welcome and introduction: Paul Faulkner – Chief Executive at Greater Birmingham Chambers of Commerce.

Topic 1:

Industry 4.0 – Adoption of automation to maintain productivity through testing times.

Speaker:

Tom Bouchier – Managing Director  FANUC UK 

Topic 2:

The changing landscape of engineering roles and disciplines and how technology is attracting a new diverse workforce.

Speaker:

Sukhi Clark – Group Operations Director, Envisage Group Ltd 

Topic 3:

Managing Learning and Development to meet the present and future challenges on business.

Speaker:

Lee Cattermole – Learning and Development Manager Salts Healthcare Ltd

Topic 4:

How to optimise outcomes from a higher education partnership.

Speakers:

Tony Sartorius – Chairman & owner- Alucast Ltd

Paula Creswell –  Business Engagement and Programme Director, The Advanced Services Group, Aston University 

TOPICS AND SPEAKERS

Welcome and introduction:
Paul Faulkner – Chief Executive at Greater Birmingham Chambers of Commerce.

Topic 1:

Industry 4.0 – Adoption of automation to maintain productivity through testing times.

Speaker:

Tom Bouchier – Managing Director  FANUC UK 

Topic 2:

The changing landscape of engineering roles and disciplines and how technology is attracting a new diverse workforce.

Speaker:

Sukhi Clark – Group Operations Director, Envisage Group Ltd 

Topic 3:

Managing Learning and Development to meet the present and future challenges on business.

Speaker:

Lee Cattermole – Learning and Development Manager Salts Healthcare Ltd

Topic 4:

How to optimise outcomes from a higher education partnership.

Speakers:

Tony Sartorius – Chairman & owner- Alucast Ltd

Paula Creswell –  Business Engagement and Programme Director, The Advanced Services Group, Aston University 

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