Klüber Lubrication offers college incredible support

Kirklees College is proud to announce that the PMC team will be working with Klüber Lubrication to develop courses and training programmes for future engineers in the food and drink industry.

With its shared interest in upskilling technicians within this industry, the company will be providing training for apprentices who attend the PMC to broaden their skills. Klüber Lubrication is already actively engaged with leading manufacturers including Nestle UK and regularly carry out training across the industry to demonstrate how modern lubrication innovations and techniques can increase efficiency and reduce costs

Paul Holland, managing director sales and marketing for Klüber Lubrication Great Britain Ltd said, “There is a classical fit for PMC in the practicalities of establishing best practice lubrication management for the food industry. We can the supplement the Apprenticeship and specialist training that the centre will provide including lubricants, visual management and storage and handling solutions.”

The company will also be providing a Hazardous Substance Cabinet kitted out as appropriate, to simulate the real life manufacturing environment at PMC.

Brian Lawson said, “We’re incredibly pleased to be working with a specialist company of Klüber Lubrication’s calibre. Their in-depth knowledge and experience will enhance the learning that students and apprentices at the centre will receive. This is a fantastic partnership.”

Paul continued, “We applaud the efforts that Kirklees College are making to differentiate the college but also the wider contribution that they are highly likely to make to the skills shortage in engineering disciplines.”

The company are keen believers in encouraging learning and rewarding achievement, an ethos reflected in the college’s values and mission. Klüber Lubrication have offered to provide an annual prize for the outstanding apprentice of the year, once the courses begin, which will be a generous incentive for apprentices each year.

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