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Improved engineering facilities to benefit economy

Thu, 30 Oct 2014


More students will be able to train on Island to help address the skill shortages within the engineering industry.

Almost £5 million of investment has improved facilities at the Isle of Man College to allow for increased capacity.

A new engineering centre at the former Water Authority works will specialise in electrical, mechanical and motor-vehicle engineering - this in turn has freed up construction room.

Assistant principal Jo Richardson says the cash injection will pay off and ultimately this will benefit the economy:

 

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