Knowledge Transfer Programmes in Robotics Engineering

Report
Excellence in Manufacturing Engineering
NIPA
Training, Skills Development
& HR Support
Breakfast Workshop
25th September 2014
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EDUCATION &
INDUSTRY
together
Welcome to [email protected]
The Manufacturing Engineering Section is recognised
as a Regional Centre for the Manufacturing Industry in
Northern Ireland and is continuously seeking to improve
the service, quality and range of provision within the
sector.
The facility provides cutting edge technologies/training
resources to support the competitiveness of the
Industry and provides a focal point for innovation in key
sectors such as Robotics, CNC,
Mechatronics/Maintenance, Electronics, Welding and
other technologies.
Excellence in Manufacturing Engineering
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“Develop a curriculum which is
focused on economic
engagement and which is
aligned to the needs of
business, industry and the
community”.
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 6 Campuses (4 delivering
Engineering)
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Centre for
Manufacturing
Engineering
Ballymena
Newtownabbey
Magherafelt
Coleraine
 £35 million turnover
 1000 staff
 20,000 enrolments
• 3600 Full Time FE&HE
• 14000 Part Time
• 600 Training/Apprenticeships
 Centre of Manufacturing
Engineering
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Staff Compliment:
 52 Full Time Lecturing
Student Enrolments:
 30 Part Time
Lecturing
 430 Full-Time (HE/FE)
 20
Support/Technician
 330
Apprenticeships/Training
 500 Part-Time (HE/FE)
 300 Entitlement Framework
 9000 Industrial Hours
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Vocational Training (Apprenticeships etc)
Further Education
Higher Education
Essential Skills (Literacy, Numeracy & ICT)
Entitlement Framework Programmes (Schools)
Bespoke Training Programmes
R&D Projects (e.g. ESP/CONNECTED3)
Knowledge Transfer – Shared Lecturers In Industry
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Good Practice
• Grade 2 Inspection
• Excellent Curriculum developed in line with industry
focus
• Very good return on Part Time HNC/D Programmes
• Very good progression of L3 students onto L5 (Full
Time Programmes)
• Good movement of students into employment
(Apprenticeships etc)
• Excellent Current Resources (Physical & Human)
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10th in the world & Medallions of
Excellence Winners Mechatronics
David Cargill & James Overend
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TODAY TOMORROW TOYOTA
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1. Designated Toyota Academy for N.I.
2. Continued Knowledge Transfer for Toyota Centres
TODAY TOMORROW TOYOTA
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Continued Knowledge
Transfer Programme in
Maintenance Engineering
Michelin Technical Centre with Electro–Pneumatic &
Hydraulic Training Rigs with PLC Control.
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1. Training Partner for NEW Manufacturing Skills
in respect of NEW Product
(CNC/Robotics/Welding)
2. Provision of a Robotic Welding Training Cell
3. Completed Maintenance Bursary
Apprenticeship Scheme
4. Upskilling Mechanical/Electrical/Welding
Programme Delivery with BMC
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together
6 Year Knowledge
Transfer Programmes in
Robotics/Die
Casting/Maintenance
NRC “Out-Centre”
at Carrickfergus
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Schrader Electronics
Provision of an Automation
& Manufacturing Cell
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Development & Delivery of
Engineering Manufacturing Schedules
Programme for an International
Company in Belfast, France, Houston,
Singapore, China & Japan.
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Knowledge Transfer
Programme in Robotic
Welding/CNC Fabrication
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Knowledge Transfer
Programmes in Electrical
& Electronic Engineering –
Mentoring Staff
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Knowledge Transfer Programmes in
Electrical & Electronic Engineering (Energy
Management System Development
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Knowledge Transfer Programmes in Robotics
Engineering
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Advanced Manufacturing
CNC Programme for the
NI Aerospace Sector
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Customised Level 3 Electrical
& Electronic Technical
Certificate Delivery for
Apprenticeship Programme
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TODAY TOMORROW TOYOTA
Castledawson
Antrim
Antrim
Cookstown
Cookstown
NACCO Materials Handling Group
Craigavon
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ApprenticeshipsNI is a Northern Ireland
work-based programme designed around
the needs of employers offering recognised
training/qualifications to new and existing
employees aged 16 and over, across a wide
range of disciplines.
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NRC is a Recognised Training
Supplier, contracted by the
Department for Employment &
Learning (DEL), to deliver training
at both Level 2 & 3 under
Industry - Approved Frameworks
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Candidate Eligibility - a person must be:
 in or about to take up permanent
remunerative employment with a
Northern Ireland-based company
 contracted to work a minimum of 21
hours per week
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 have the potential to successfully
complete all requirements of the
appropriate apprenticeship framework;
 meet any health requirements (e.g.
colour vision) specific to the occupation
of their choice;
 Qualifications Profile
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EMPLOYERS
 Apply their criteria during recruitment
 Only potential participants who are
assessed as capable/committed to
achieving full requirements of the
framework should be recruited
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RESTRICTIONS TO ENTRY
A person who has previously achieved a
recognised vocational qualification at Level
2/Level 3 can only undertake an apprenticeship
which is both unrelated to their qualification and
in a priority skills framework
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Level 2 & 3 Apprenticeship Framework
Breakdown
Frameworks have been devised by industry
bodies together with the Sector Skills
Councils and are therefore tailored to
ensure they meet the needs of industry
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Level 2 Apprenticeship Framework
 Competency based NVQ at Level 2 (PEO)
 Technical Certificate: e.g. BTEC Level 2 Certificate/C&G
Level 2 Certificate
 Essential Skills (Numeracy/Literacy/ICT) – if not already
achieved
Level 3 Apprenticeship Framework
 Progression from Level 2 Engineering Apprenticeship
 Competency based NVQ at Level 3 (Depends on
Pathway Chosen)
 Technical Certificate: e.g. BTEC Level 3 Diploma in
Engineering/ C&G Level 3 Certificate
 Grades must satisfy entry criteria for specific
Technical Certificates
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Higher Level Apprenticeship Qualifications
A NEW “pilot” Higher Level Apprenticeship
in Engineering is being delivered by NRC on
behalf of DEL, in conjunction with the
Industry and SEMTA, tailored to ensure a
new demand for higher level skills
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L3 Diploma
OR
A Levels
(including
Maths/Science)
L 2 Diploma
GCSE
Grades A - E
Entry
Criteria
Progression Routes for Engineering
Apprenticeships
Apprenticeship
Level 4
“Higher”
Apprenticeship
Level 3
“Technician”
Apprenticeship
Level 2
“Craft”
Apprenticeship
Level
=
Foundation
Degree
=
L3 ND
=
Edexcel
L2 Ext
Cert
+
+
+
NVQ 4
NVQ 3
NVQ 2
(Performing
Engineering
Operations)
+
NVQ 3
Technical
Units if
Required
+
NVQ 2
(Performing
Engineering
Operations) ONLY
IF REQUIRED
+
Essential
Skills (3 Off)
+
NVQ 2
(Performing
Engineering
Operations) ONLY
IF REQUIRED
+
Essential
Skills (3 Off)
(If required)
+
Employee
Rights &
Responsibiliti
es (ERR)
Employee
Rights &
+
Responsibiliti
es (ERR)
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Framework
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As per
current
Model
130
Weeks
As per
current
Model
130
Weeks
As per
current
Model
130
Weeks
Funding
Time
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HLA Framework
Must be in full-time employment
Competency based NVQ at Level 2, 3 and 4
Foundation Degree Technical Certificate
At least TWO years training/study with 130
weeks for completion
Funding
Specialised for the PILOT
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HLA Entry Routes:
Direct entry:
 BTEC Level 3 Extended Diploma in Engineering
 A Levels in STEM subjects
 Grades must satisfy entry criteria for Foundation
Degree – currently 160 UCAS points
Progression from Level 3 Engineering
Apprenticeship (which includes):
• BTEC Level 3 Technical Certificate
• C&G Level 3 Technical Certificate + Bridging
Studies
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HLA Framework Breakdown
Competency based NVQ units
Level 4 Engineering Manufacture
Research
Design
New Product Development
Engineering & Manufacture
Administration
BIT
Level 2 Performing Engineering Operations and
Level 3 Engineering Maintenance/Manufacture
NVQ units can be offered to suit
company/apprentice requirements
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HLA Framework Breakdown
Technical Certificate:
• UUJ validated Foundation Degree
– Mechanical & Manufacturing Engineering
– Electrical & Electronic Engineering
• 2 year part-time delivery model
– 3 semesters per year
– Day release + block module delivery + Work Based Learning
• Provides articulation to Level 2 of UUJ BEng (Hons)
degree programmes
• Can permit progression into a part-time UUJ degree
programme (structured part-time to be developed)
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HLA Framework Breakdown
Technical Certificate (cont’d)
• Foundation degree programme designed by NRC
– satisfies compulsory UUJ requirements
– retains existing HNC/D technical content
• Foundation Degree units
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CAD/CAM
Pneumatics & Hydraulics
PLCs
Mechatronics
Robotics
Quality & BIT
Energy & Maintenance Systems
Industrial Power & Machines
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TODAY TOMORROW TOYOTA
Castledawson
Antrim
Antrim
Cookstown
Cookstown
NACCO Materials Handling Group
Craigavon
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NIPA Breakfast Meeting
Alan Reid
25/9/14
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What is Connected?
together
An innovation Programme of
Knowledge Transfer
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The
Aim
of
Connected
Programme
together
The aim of Connected is to extend the range
and depth of collaboration of Northern Ireland’s
two universities with the further education
sector while having a primary focus on meeting
the needs of business innovation.
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The
Aim
of
Connected
Programme
together
The main message that the project aims to
communicate is that universities and
colleges are not just places that produce
skilled graduates; they also provide a vast
diversity of expertise.
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How
did
Connected
Start?
together
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• Launched in 2007 as a pilot scheme
• Funded by DEL. Annual budget of £1KK
• Currently on Connected 3 which will run to 2018
• Funding boosted to include a competitive fund of £120k
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Competitive Funding
• Proposal of an innovative project is put forward to CNI.
• Collaboration Between FE, HE and an SME required.
• New to the innovation ladder.
• Potential Impact of project to assessed.
• Dissemination of knowledge or skills to other companies
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What is involved
• Technology transfer to business and the wider community.
• Knowledge transfer between HE & FE sectors
– in key and emerging technologies
– World class business practice
• Best Practice visits
• Up skilling of staff
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Outcomes
Sharing of Knowledge, expertise and contacts
Joint knowledge transfer projects
Signposting of projects
Opening pathways to new collaborations
Development of international links
Shared lecture scheme
Industrial training courses
Impacts the student experience in the class room
Industrial visit, speakers and placements
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Case Studies
Act Wireless
Developers of activCampus –
Real time localisation System
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Case Studies
Armstrong Medical
Supplier of high quality, innovative respiratory
disposables for anaesthesia and critical care
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Case Studies
Ryobi/NRC - Kawasaki Robotics Training
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Competitive Funding
Do you have a specialised project that would
benefit from FE/HE support that meets the
criteria?
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Contact details:
Alan Reid
Curriculum Manager
ConnectED Project
Email:
[email protected]
Phone:
07711 649759
028 2566 4249
Website: www.nrc.ac.uk
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DEL funded Employer
Support Programme
(Engineering)
John McClintock
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Employer Support Programme
• DEL funded programme for SME’s
• Less than 50 employees
• Engineering, ICT, Renewables, Tourism and Digital
Media
• Engineering – 60 SME based projects
• Main focus on skills development and bespoke training
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Employer Support Programme
• ESP Audit – analysis of needs
• Agree delivery schedule – 30 hours
• Bespoke delivery tailored to client
– On or off site
– Use of industrial level equipment and software
– Access to skilled staff and industrial level knowledge
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Employer Support Programme
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Design development – application of CAD software
Computer Aided Manufacturing – use and application of CAM software
Implementation of robotic systems – ABB, Cloos, Kawasaki
Application and use of PLC’s
Electronic Controls - RFiD
Pneumatic and Hydraulic Systems
Manufacturing Processes – Sheet metal development, CNC
Quality standards and implementations
Welding and Welding Quality
Energy Management
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Employer Support Programme
Engineering Support availed of in various sectors.
• Aerospace
• Manufacturing
• Transport Sector
• Renewable Sector
• Food and Drink Sector
• Travel and Tourism
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Contact details:
Email:
[email protected]
[email protected]
Phone:
John - 07554118349
Alan - 07554118629
Website: http://industrialservices.nrc.ac.uk
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Industrial Services & Training
Gordon Kane
Curriculum Manager
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Full Cost Recovery Training Programmes
CAD – AutoCad and SolidWorks
CAM – Mastercam X7
CNC – Heidenhain, Siemens 840D, Haas, Mazak
CMM – PCDMIS
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Cost Recovery Training Programmes
Robotics – ABB, Cloos, IGM, Kawasaki
Manufacturing Processes Course
Drawing Interpretation
Geometrical Dimensioning & Tolerancing
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Cost Recovery Training Programmes
PLC Training –Siemens, Allen Bradley
Pneumatics/Electro-Pneumatics
Hydraulics
Electrical to Mechanical Up-skilling
Mechanical to Electrical Up-skilling
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Cost Recovery Training Programmes
Fabrication – Laser and Press Brake
Welding –MMA,MIG & TIG – CSWIP
and more…
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Contact details:
Gordon Kane
Curriculum Manager
Industrial Service Unit – Training
Higher Education Manager - Engineering
Email:
[email protected]
Phone:
07554 118 337
028 2566 4246
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Website: www.nrc.ac.uk

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