One of the major themes of MACH 2022 (4-8 April, Birmingham NEC), the first national gathering of the UK engineering community post Covid-19, will be the need to concentrate on skills development within the manufacturing industry and inspiring the UK’s next generation of engineers. The exhibition will have a strong focus on encouraging more young people into the industry, with special displays and a dedicated exhibition zone showcasing the changes that have taken place within manufacturing.
MACH 2022 will features a dedicated Education & Development (E&D) Zone, with special displays from Airbus Defence & Space, University of Wolverhampton Formula 3 Race Team, Lincoln Electric Virtual Welding and the Bowers Group Mobile Metrology Centre. Student visitors from Year 7 upwards will also be able to access guided tours of the exhibition. Apprentices and graduates who are already working within the industry will lead the tours.
For further information visit www.machexhibition.com