TF Automation are delighted to receive the “Highly Commended” Award for Outstanding Business Contribution in the Careers and Technical Education (CTE) Partnership Awards 2020.
Nominated by Hanson School, Bradford, TF Automation were recognised and awarded for their work and tours during the Bradford Manufacturing Weeks initiative and their contribution to the “F1 in School” Programme. Hanson School commented, “Working with TF proved just how important it is for schools to have support and engagement with commercial companies to help inform and enrich the curriculum and inspire students to make decisions regarding their future working career choices.”
Tony Hubbert, MD at TF Automation added, “We were delighted to win the “highly commended” award for Outstanding Business Contribution and really appreciate the nomination by Hanson School.”. He continues “ We have engaged with Hanson School as part of Bradford Manufacturing week with site visits for the past 2 years and also supported them with advice and guidance as part of the F1 Challenge and are delighted the team are through to the next stage. As a company we feel it is vital to engage with local schools, colleges and the University to support students in their career paths and showcase engineering and manufacturing as a career and its contribution in Bradford and the surrounding area.”
CTE is a pioneering way in which young people can gain skills and experiences planned around the requirements of local employers. It is an all-age approach to ensure that the District’s children and young people gain the knowledge, skills, competencies required to make a successful transition from education to a career that is meaningful, rewarding and sustainable.
Originally published on www.yorkshire-business.co.uk by West & North Yorkshire Chamber