The AMRC Training Centre is open as usual today (July 22). For our staff and students, please refer to previous email communications regarding access to the centre.   

AMRC Training Centre

The training centre is a real-world manufacturing environment. Our apprentices gain hands-on experience of equipment that is used in the industry every day, from advanced fixe-axis machine tools to virtual reality welding machines and even robotics. In addition, we offer high-quality and high-level Continuing Professional Development (CPD) courses and training for those wanting to progress their career in engineering sectors.

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AMRC Training Centre

The University of Sheffield

Our apprentices can access any resources that are available to students at the University of Sheffield such as their student support services, their libraries and their Academic Skills Centre, named 301, which helps students improve academic skills that they want to strengthen, such as planning, writing, researching and numerical skills. Those who go on to degree level have access to the University of Sheffield’s engineering facilities, including the Diamond, which is a state-of-the-art facility with 19 specialist engineering laboratories that offer practical learning experience for our students.

The University of Sheffield

Advanced Manufacturing Research Centre (AMRC)

The University of Sheffield AMRC is a world-leading research and innovation network which is part of the High Value Manufacturing (HVM) Catapult. It develops industry transforming solutions and helps de-risk innovation,working with more than 125 industrial manufacturing companies from around the globe and of all sizes including founding partner Boeing, Rolls-Royce, McLaren and Airbus.

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Advanced Manufacturing Research Centre (AMRC)

South Yorkshire Institute of Technology

We are proud to be part of the South Yorkshire Institute of Technology (SYIoT) - a powerful collaboration of educators and employers from across the region committed to delivering higher-level technical education to invest in people and help close skills gaps in key areas.

Backed by more than £12 million in funding from the Department for Education (DfE), the establishment of the South Yorkshire Institute of Technology  - one of only 21 nationally - marks a significant milestone for the region, and is recognition of the investment being made by education providers from across South Yorkshire in high-quality, higher-level technical education and training.

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South Yorkshire Institute of Technology