CNC Robotics and the IET working together to empower,
collaborate and learn

Whilst the IET represents a global engineering community, there is a thriving local community here within the northwest where engineers are empowered to come together to collaborate and learn. Over the past couple of years, CNC Robotics has continued to grow its presence and support the IET by putting on local events, seminars, and open houses. This is thanks to the work our Automation Team Leader Michael Gilbert does behind the scenes as Deputy Chair of the IET Mersey and Western Cheshire branch.

Through CNC Robotics involvement with the IET Mersey and Western Cheshire branch, and the wider global community, we hope to continue to raise awareness of the exciting opportunities available. Encouraging collaboration and sharing best practice are increasingly more important in the virtual world in which we have found ourselves since the pandemic began.

Engineering underpins everything we do at CNC Robotics, and as an SME working within robotics, we recognise the vital role we play in ensuring that we inspire and attract future talent into the sector. We regularly engage with schools, colleges and universities through interactive events that inspire young minds onto pathways into robotics and engineering. This activity has really made a difference, leading to the business taking on a degree apprentice studying Mechatronics and Intelligent Machines at the University of Central Lancashire. Plans are in place to create additional apprenticeships in the future.

As a business, we recognise the fundamental role that the IET plays in supporting businesses like CNC Robotics – not just because of the network it represents, but also for the resource and tools the IET provides to empower engineers to manage their careers and achieve chartership.

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