University Technical Colleges, including Warrington’s dedicated engineering, science and cyber college, will be at the centre of skills development and economic growth following Covid-19, according to prominent employers and politicians.
UTC Warrington currently have a vacancy for a Parent Trustee/Governor. As a Single Academy Trust, the Department for Education requests that we appoint two parents of students attending the college as members of our Trust Board. Anyone who has a son or daughter on roll at UTCW at the time of the election is eligible to stand (and you do not have to resign if your child leaves during your term of office). A term of office is four years. Continue Reading
Students from UTC Warrington have been using their engineering skills to help communities in Dubai, albeit virtually, as part of a week of work experience.
The digital revolution has already changed the skills we need. A UTC education futureproofs young people’s careers by focusing on active learning; technical entrepreneurial skills; and personal and collaborative skills.
Careers of the future will involve agile thinking and problem-solving, but the skills prioritised by many schools are increasingly done by computers. That’s where UTCs are different.
Students at Warrington’s University Technical College will benefit from a significant investment in specialist cyber security equipment, after the Local Enterprise Partnership (LEP) announced 13 projects will benefit from over £4million of investment.