Join McLaren’s Head of Electrification and Chair of AESIN, Stephen Lambert, as he talks to an experienced industry and education panel about: How innovative skills development is set to boost the automotive sector.
The coronavirus pandemic could not have come at a worse time for the automotive sector as the industry grapples with the seismic changes brought about by emerging technologies.
As the sector turns its focus to a new post-pandemic era, the MIRA Technology Institute (MTI) is bringing together some key commentators to provide an overview on the latest sector developments. They will also explore how skills delivery is being adapted to provide solutions that will boost productivity, increase resilience, and better equip the industry to capitalise on the significant changes now underway.
Join our industry panel discussion on: Thursday 17 September 2020
2pm – 3pm, Via Zoom.
With representatives from McLaren, HORIBA MIRA, DHL, and the MIRA Technology Institute, the panel will explore the key issues around skills and training emerging from the pandemic including:
- How the automotive sector is adapting to focus on emerging technologies
- Key skills gaps and training requirements
- Diverse modes of education delivery in a socially distanced world
- How skills delivery has become more flexible and responsive
- Support to fund training and development.
Join the conversation
Delegates will hear from industry and education specialists and will be welcome to ask live questions during the session. The panel is keen to hear from you about the support you need to get business back on track and will include skills sector experts from our further and higher education partners.