Coleg Cambria has been working closely with Tritech Group to deliver courses to further develop and upskill their workforce.

The Tritech Group encompasses seven sites in the UK, with three, including the company’s headquarters located on Wrexham’s Industrial Estate and with further sites situated in Devon, Somerset and Hampshire.

In the last 2 years Tritech has supported the development of a site in India which is now in production and supplying Aerospace components back into Tritech UK.   The company is now able to offer a wide range of manufacturing services including full project management capabilities from initial design advice, to the supply of fully kitted or assembled components and is a major supplier into key Aerospace and Defence programmes.  Today Tritech employs 411 people across the UK.

Coleg Cambria Deputy Director Management Development & Employer Courses, Lesley Rasmussen said:

“The partnership between Tritech Group and Coleg Cambria has developed positively over the past year. The development and delivery of a Corporate Leadership & Management programme has taken off extremely well with excellent feedback from both the tutor and learners. The programme has been funded under the ESF SEE Project giving the organisation financial support to develop their Managers.

“A Train the Trainer programme will be delivered shortly, expanding our partnership with Tritech Group. We look forward to building on this in the future in addressing priorities and achieving the objectives of the organisation.”

Sue Manford, Group HR Manager for Tritech Group added:

“I am new to Tritech, but since being part of the great team here I am extremely pleased with the partnership with Coleg Cambria and the hard work that Roshini Murali, HR Advisor who has put into making this a positive experience for all those involved.

“I know that the team are really looking forward to the Train the Trainer programme and we will provide feedback to Coleg Cambria with how this is being used to further develop our people. We will also be looking at work based learning within our Foundry to further develop skills and knowledge.”

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