12 August 2020
Webinar – An insight into the MSc Engineering Leadership and Management Executive Apprenticeship – Wednesday 12 August 2020, 10.30 BST
This part time MSc is offered by the National Structural Integrity Research Centre (NSIRC) in Cambridge and awarded by Aston University. It can be funded from the Apprenticeship Levy so there are no tuition fees to pay.
The course has been designed specifically to meet the needs of businesses and to develop future leaders. The ‘how’ of leadership and experiential learning is emphasised, and the demand-led approach allows the content to be shaped according to both the employee and employer's interests.
The next enrolment for this course is October 2020 and will be the last chance to use the Apprenticeship Levy.
This webinar has been put together by both NSIRC and Aston University to give you an insight in to the course and everything it has to offer.
Who should attend?
- Anyone interested in furthering their knowledge who wants to develop their career and progress to leadership positions.
- Those who have had some experience of leading people, projects, operations or services.
- Individuals who have either a UK honours degree (or equivalent) or five years’ relevant work experience in an engineering environment.
We will be publishing the full webinar Agenda shortly – please check back for further details.
Richard Atkinson CBE
Richard teaches in the field of leadership, strategy and governance, building on his extensive and varied experience and his passion for developing future leaders. He has also been Director of Marketing and Communications for the Chartered Institute for Logistics and Transport. Richard served in the Royal Air Force and as a former commander of combat forces, he is dedicated to effective leadership, clear communication and purposeful priorities. In January 2012 he was posted as Head of RAF Media and Communications and was also honoured to be appointed to the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire as a Commander (CBE).
Senior Teaching Fellow
David is a Senior Teaching Fellow in the department of Engineering Systems and Supply Chain Management, Aston University. He is Programme Director for the MSc Engineering Leadership and Management Executive Apprenticeship, a programme of which he is immensely proud and that is focused on developing leadership talent within the field of engineering. David has 13 years of teaching and programme management experience in higher education, building on 15 years experience within the manufacturing supply chain in financial, commercial and business development roles. David delights in bringing the subject of finance to light within work based learning as part of the executive MSc programme.
Recruitment and Contract Coordinator, NSIRC
Hannah joined NSIRC in 2019 and is responsible for University contracts for NSIRC students, recruitment of PhD and MSc students, and HR processes for all NSIRC PhD students. Prior to her role at NSIRC, Hannah enjoyed a long and successful career in recruitment where she worked with engineering and manufacturing companies across East Anglia supporting them with their staffing needs.