The CEMAST Campus of Fareham College was pleased to receive a visit from Executive Leader of Fareham Borough Council, Councillor Seán Woodward this week. We were grateful at the chance to offer a behind-the-scenes tour of the different engineering and technology areas of the centre, and show off some of the new facilities including a cockpit simulator built by Fareham College students.
CEMAST – located on the Daedelus Solent Enterprise Zone – offers a wide selection of technical vocational courses and apprenticeships for learners of all ages. The centre was built to help address the skills shortage in engineering and manufacturing job markets, and puts students on a direct pathway to employment.
Councillor Woodward said:
“I was delighted to visit CEMAST and to be shown around the aerospace and engineering departments by Lauren and Scott who explained to me their interests, challenges and aspirations. It was also great to see the CEMAST track car and to have its attributes highlighted by Britoni.
“CEMAST is a great asset to Fareham, producing highly trained engineers able to work within advanced sectors including aerospace, aviation and marine. The college is producing apprentices who will one day be our high flying entrepreneurs creating employment for others. The students are a credit to the college and all of its staff.”