The demand for process manufacturing is now higher than ever, without it there would be no medicines, foods, drinks, oil, gas and so the list goes on. It’s a great industry if you’re looking for a career that’s hands on, creative and rewarding.
A career in manufacturing has many benefits and as an industry it is currently enjoying an increased interest as a career of choice. As a country, the UK is investing to increase the volume of talented students looking for a future in process manufacturing. Kirklees College prides itself as a pioneer in this field, creating our Centre of Excellent, the Process Manufacturing Centre (PMC) and being the first college in England to offer a Supply Chain Apprenticeship, Level 3.
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Why work in the Processing & Machine Operation Industry?
Employment in Processing and Machine Operation roles are down 2.9% since 2018
Wide range of jobs in the Processing & Machine Operation Industry
A wide range of employers in the Processing & Machine Operation Industry
Metal Machining Setters and Setter-operators
Print Finishing and Binding Workers
Considering a career in Processing & Machine Operation?
Or, if you already have a career in mind, but you’re are not sure what you need to study to pursue that career, we can help you get one step closer to that dream job.
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Studying Apprenticeship in Processing Industry Operations Level 3
Studying towards her Level 3 Diploma in Food and Drink Engineering
Level 3 Supply Chain Practitioner Apprentice at Kautex Textron (UK) Ltd
I wanted to get into the world of work rather than continuing in the class room full time. An apprenticeship allowed me to achieve this and gain further qualifications at the same time. As an apprentice you get all three things you need for a great start to a career – experience, qualifications and money. It’s a brilliant choice.