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UTC Warrington runs “virtual” open events for prospective students


UTC Warrington is running a series of virtual open events this month for young people interested in careers in engineering, digital, construction and healthcare.
A technical school for 14 to 19-year-olds, the UTC is backed by employers and Manchester Metropolitan University and is Ofsted graded “good”.
Based on Dallam Lane, the £10 million UTC has industry leading facilities and specialises in engineering, digital, construction and healthcare. Students work on employer led projects, and complete technical qualifications alongside GCSEs and A Levels, giving them a head start on their career ambitions.
Amanda Downing, associate principal of UTC Warrington, said: “We are proud to work with the region’s top employers to offer the highly sought-after technical skills they need and that provide our students with great career prospects.”
Young people, and their parents and carers, can find out more about Year 10 and Year 12 places for September next year by attending four virtual open events from today (Monday) from 5.30pm to 6.30pm for engineering, tomorrow (Tuesday) at 5.30pm to 6.30pm for construction and on Wednesday at 5.30pmto 6.30pm for digital.
On Thursday the subject will be at 5.30pm to 6.30pm.
Guests will hear from curriculum staff, students, alumni and employers. To book a place, visit https://utcw.co.uk/events/.
The UTC’s Class of 2020 have progressed onto a range of positive destinations including university, apprenticeships and employment including BMW, Boeing, Cavendish Nuclear, Manchester Metropolitan University, and the Universities of Bangor, Edinburgh, Exeter and Salford.



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