Glyndwr University has recently introduced an innovative course with the goal of cultivating a new generation of experts in sustainable energy.
To delve deeper into this initiative, Business News Wales spoke with David Sprake, a seasoned Senior Lecturer and the program leader specialising in renewable and sustainable engineering. Our discussion centered on the course and, more specifically, the advantages of enrolling in it.
In essence, Degree Apprenticeships (DAs) present an exceptional avenue for empowering the workforce in Wales with university-level qualifications while concurrently holding down a job. This approach delivers a dual benefit: employers gain access to highly skilled personnel possessing both the academic credentials and practical proficiencies essential for augmenting their workforce. Whether you opt to upskill an existing team member or bring in fresh talent to your organisation, a Degree Apprentice, while employed at your company, will amass a profound comprehension of the sector and your enterprise. Moreover, by dedicating one day each week to academic pursuits at Wrexham Glyndwr University, they infuse their role with a contemporary perspective and up-to-the-minute knowledge, effectively equipping themselves to meet both current and future industry demands.
To find out more about the Low Carbon Energy, Efficiency and Sustainability Degree course click here