Luke Minshall, Training Consultant for the North Cambridgeshire Training Centre (NCTC), said: "We're delighted to be invited to exhibit with the Smart Manufacturing Alliance (SMA) at the Cambridgeshire County Day to continue the Queen's Platinum Jubilee celebrations.
"The 'Made in Cambridgeshire' marquee situated in marquee E, hosts a number of successful businesses from the region and is an ideal opportunity for us to promote the newest addition to the Eastern Colleges Group - the North Cambridgeshire Training Centre (NCTC).
"We're proud to be working cohesively with Bob and his colleagues from the SMA to showcase the great work that goes on daily, in and around Cambridgeshire.
"With over 6000 attendees expected including the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge (Prince William and Kate) it’s sure to be a day to remember.
"Whilst setting up, I caught up briefly with Her Majesty’s Lord-Lieutenant of Cambridgeshire, Mrs Julie Spence OBE who highlighted her excitement around the NCTC and the potential for the local businesses around Chatteris and beyond.
"The North Cambridgeshire Training Centre (NCTC) is based in Chatteris, Fenland and will specialise in offering Engineering, Advanced Manufacturing, Management and Business Support Apprenticeships; from Level 2 to Level 7 with a range of delivery methods available. In partnership with Stainless Metalcraft Ltd, at NCTC we will also offer a vast range of professional development courses to enable employers to upskill their existing workforce and for individuals to retrain for new careers.
"Find us down near the main stage (Marquee E) from 10am where you will have the opportunity to try your hand on a Virtual Welder which is an interactive VR welding simulator, kindly demonstrated by MigAnglia."
Bob Hart, programme Director at the Smart Manufacturing Alliance, added: "The Smart Manufacturing Alliance is proud to be partnering with West Suffolk College at Cambridgeshire County Day. Their North Cambridgeshire Training Centre in Chatteris will be an absolute game-changer for anyone pursuing a career in manufacturing, whether they're starting out or honing their skillsets."