Skypath Aero Training Centre
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FREE TRAINING COURSES

The Skypath Aero Training Centre is now open at Prestwick Aerospace Campus – Scotland’s largest aerospace hub and home to over 50% of Scotland’s aerospace workforce.

Through the Ayrshire Growth Deal, £80million is being invested at Prestwick, positioning Ayrshire as one of the UK’s leading centres for aerospace and space. Already recognised globally for excellence in MRO (Maintenance, Repair & Overhaul), aero structures and design engineering, Prestwick’s aerospace capabilities now also include the fast-growing area of aircraft decommissioning.

After the setbacks from COVID-19, the aerospace sector is now expanding with aircraft orders once again rising.

New training courses are being offered free of charge to people who are over 25 and either unemployed or under threat of redundancy to gain new skills.

Introduction to 3D Printing/CAD Design

Delivered by Dr David Butler (Strathclyde University)

(Duration: 1 day)

Next courses: 11th August

Book now via caroline@sky-path.org

INTRODUCTION TO WELDING

Delivered by WB Alloys Ltd.

(Duration: 1 week/5 days, full-time) 16th – 20th May 2022

AIRCRAFT DECOMMISSIONING PATHWAYS

Delivered by Ayrshire College, in partnership with Chevron Aircraft Maintence

(Duration: 6 weeks)

COURSES BOOKING NOW

1st– 5th August

Introduction to Blender

11th & 12th August

Tooling Taster Course

11th August

Introduction to 3D Printing/CAD Design

23rd August

Emergency First Aid at Work

24th August

Introduction to Project Management

25th August

Introduction to 3D Printing/CAD Design

For further information or to book a place, contact Caroline on 01292 848 880 or email caroline@sky-path.org 

AIRCRAFT DECOMMISSIONING PATHWAYS

Delivered by Ayrshire College, in partnership with Chevron Aircraft Maintenance

(Duration: 6 weeks)

How to recruit

If you’re interested in employing any of the trainees on this course, please contact training@sky-path.org


Skypath Aero Training Centre has been established through a training partnership between Ayrshire College, the University of Strathclyde and Chevron Aircraft Maintenance. Other partners include South Ayrshire Council and National Manufacturing Institute Scotland.

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University of Strathclyde Glasgow
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south ayrshire council

Funded by Scottish Funding Council

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