IN4.0 Group joins IET as Enterprise Partner

IN4.0 Group is an industry 4.0 training, consultancy and digital transformation services provider based at The Landing at MediaCityUK and the University of Central Lancashire in Preston.

Within the group, IN4.0 Talent helps employers build a diverse, ambitious and highly-skilled workforce today, to drive digital transformation and create the leaders of tomorrow. 

The IET inspires, informs and influences the global engineering community to engineer a better world. As a diverse home across engineering and technology, it shares knowledge that helps make better sense of the world in order to solve the challenges that matter.

Following the success of IN4.0 and IET working together on IN4.0 ACCESS in 2019, this new partnership will allow for even more collaboration, providing opportunities for both sides to grow and expand their networks and spheres of influence.  The partnership will see the organisations working together on the IN4.0 Talent Academy, a fast-track graduate recruitment and development programme designed to act as a bridge between talented, ambitious and diverse graduates and employers in the North West. 

As part of the academy, graduates will benefit from their first year of membership to the IET, putting them on the path to achieving their IET chartered engineer status.  With a focus on cloud and digital skills, the academy reflects a shared interest on both sides to both broaden the perception of engineering and the nature of the profession.

Both the IET and IN4.0 Group share a great desire to empower future leaders which creates the perfect template for both organisations to succeed in delivering an industry leadership programme across the North West region.

Matthew Barber, Senior Partnership Account Manager at the IET, said: “We are delighted that IN4.0 Group has joined the IET’s Enterprise Partnership. This Partnership, especially on the IN4.0 Talent Academy will provide a career progression route to young professionals from all backgrounds, beginning their engineering journey which is aligned to the Engineering Councils UK-SPEC framework & professional qualification.”

Mo Isap, CEO & Founder, IN4.0 Group, added: “We are thrilled to be partnering with the IET on our Talent Academy, which in a post-COVID world is more important than ever before.  We look forward to welcoming the IET to the wealth of diverse talent and potential we have in the North West and are excited about the opportunity to work together to deliver the next generation of engineers.”

 

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About the IET

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