Future Skills, Up-skilling and Re-Skilling: Life-Long Learning in the Metals Sector

Wednesday 14th September 2022

Theatre :  Skills, Training and Strategy 

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Workforce of the Future – the need for green skills, digital skills and attracting talent.

Chris Wiseman TWI ltdChris Wiseman Industry Sector Manager - Corporate Development
TWI Ltd
Howard Boswell, Managing director - Inspired Leadership Support LtdHoward Boswell Managing Director
Inspired Leadership Support Ltd
Martin Dudley CEO of Thomas Dudley Group LtdMartin Dudley CEO
Thomas Dudley Group Ltd
Dr Pam Murrell, Chief Executive, the Cast Metals FederationPamela Murrell Chief Executive
The Cast Metals Federation

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