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Following on from our grant for the EOF fund,  WHS have developed a new skills centre which ill be fully functioning by the end of next month, the idea behind the skills centre is so that employees at WHS can further their knowledge in their job role as well as gain new skills  which not only benefits themselves but the company also.

The Technical Injection Moulding skills centre which s shown below is now manned with Neil Ford controlling and developing programmes for the moulding machine to take staff from complete beginners to advanced levels. We will be training over 20 new staff and 20 current staff in the next 18 months to support the investment of £6m of new moulding machines.

The Inspection and assembly skills centre will be developing from this week with Kayleigh Farrington starting her new role as Instructor for assembly and moulding inspection skills. Over the next four weeks equipment and processes will be created to support upskilling all current staff and also focusing on the needs for the recruitment of 120 moulding and assembly staff in 2016 .

The third skills centre is the continuous Improvement and problem solving section. Currently with have Alex Gumery and Jake Scrivens working on storage, space and systems to assist current work levels but also focussing on the 60% growth we are expecting in the next 18 months. This area will develop further in January 2016 when site 3 is available.



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