Dudley and Walsall College
Dudley College F.E Advance Head of Engineering/International department exposed the ‘’Ingenium’’ 3D printer offering short courses in ‘’Introduction to Additive Manufacturing/Reverse Engineering’’ to students, local businesses and to International companies worldwide:
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Walsall College of Further Education:
Higher Education students studying a HNC Diploma in Business at Walsall College were given an insight into the technicalities and practical applications of 3D printing, including the differences between Additive / Subtractive Manufacturing and Innovation by Executive Director Revathi Timms who also gave the students an overview of her entrepreneurial journey.
Anne Wylie, Course Leader for the HNC commented “It is essential that students are exposed to current developments and disruptive innovations within the business world to ensure that they are work-ready upon completion of their studies. During the course, there is a strong emphasis on the development of transferrable employability skills to ensure that our students are fully equipped to meet the challenges of the business world”.
”It was a pleasure listening to the inspirational words of Revathi, who is a great role model for women in general and specifically within science and engineering, and having the opportunity to see how 3D printing can be used in such a wide range of sectors”.