Introducing the Oxford Centre for Technology, Innovation and Skills
The Oxfordshire Centre for Technology, Innovation and Skills (opening in September 2016) is being developed with an investment of £8m to build a high-spec facility for technology-related learning in Oxfordshire. Their aim is to enhance the experience of their students and equip them for the growing labour market in the region.
The centre, based in Blackbird Leys, will support training in the area of science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM) by providing improved facilities for education and training in emerging green technologies.
Why study here?
You will benefit from the best of both worlds, combining practical and theoretical study to give you the headstart you need in the career you want:
- Learn specialist learning modules and GCSEs, helping you prepare for the workplace from day one
- Keep up to date with the latest changes in the sector, such as skills requirements
- Get hands on experience with our real live projects
- Make the most of our state of the art learning environment
Working with our industry partners
We are working in partnership with industry representatives to ensure our programmes help you learn the skills employers want:
- Beard: An award-winning construction company operating in the South of England for over 100 years
- Land Securities: The largest commercial property company in the UK, owning, developing and managing offices, shopping centres and more
- Peter Brett Associates: A leading development and infrastructure consultancy, providing property advice to customers
- Skanska: One of the world’s leading project development and construction groups.
- Laing O' Rourke: A privately owned, internationally focussed engineering enterprise with world-class capabilities spanning the entire client value chain.
- Willmott Dixon Energy Services: The company has a very strong commitment to improving the energy efficiency of homes across the country and are working on some of the largest schemes in the UK.
Find out more
Specific entry requirements apply for students aged 16 or above.
FInd out more about how to support the Oxfordshire Centre for Technology, Innovation and Skills - download the supporters' brochure.
Or, book your place for the next Open Event to find out more, on Wednesday 9 March.