Black Country & Marches

At the Black Country & Marches Institute of Technology, we work in collaboration with partners to deliver high-quality technical education. By providing industry-led training designed by employers, the IoT ensures that young people and adults have the skills they need to build well-paid rewarding careers and that local businesses gain highly-skilled and productive workers.

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Why should you engage with Black Country & Marches IoT?

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Black Country & Marches IoT work with the BAME Apprenticship Alliance

Specialisms

  • Manufacturing & Engineering
  • Medical Engineering & Healthcare
  • Modern Construction Methodologies
  • Digital Technologies

Providers

  • Dudley College of Technology
  • In-Comm Training Services
  • University of Wolverhampton
  • University of Worcester
  • Avensys UK

Black Country & Marches IoT will provide students of all ages with the academic and professional know-how employers need and value, by offering higher-level training in the technologies of the future combined with hands-on experience.

Colin Wood
AECOM UK&I Chief Executive

Black Country & Marches IoT is going to provide learners of all ages across the region with a great opportunity to upskill and reskill in the technologies we will need in the future.

Martin Dudley
Thomas Dudley

The partnership between Black Country & Marches Institute of Technology and Avensys will mean that individuals taking up higher-level medical engineering qualifications will have the best possible platform from which to develop their knowledge.

Daniel Couzens
Medical Devices Project Manager, Medical Equipment Management Services. Mid and South Essex University Hospitals Group

Black Country & Marches Institute of Technology will provide a first-class facility for learners. In partnership with medical engineering experts Avensys, we anticipate that the calibre of students from the IoT will be very high indeed.

Stephen Bond RCT MIPEM MIET
Principal Engineer, Deputy Head of Clinical Engineering. University Hospitals Plymouth NHS Trust

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