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Engineering students from Southport College visit Unipart Dorman

Engineering students from Southport College visit Unipart Dorman

to gain an insight into our business

Tags: Business News Continuous Improvement Engineering Technology Manufacturing Unipart Dorman Value - Corporate Social Responsibility

We were delighted to recently welcome 12 Level 2 and 3 Engineering students from the local college in Southport

The visit included an introduction into what we do here at Unipart Dorman, an overview of our product range and an insight into how we use the Unipart Way for continuous improvements in our business. The students also had the opportunity to meet with Unipart Dorman engineers and hear about their own inspiring engineering journeys.

We have been building partnerships with local colleges to raise awareness about careers in Engineering and Manufacturing, to attract and recruit young and diverse people who are interested in the sector and to also challenge the misconceptions that this industry is not open to everyone.

We have had successful feedback from the college and we will be holding a further visit in the Autumn.

For more information, please contact:

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About this author
Lydia Tilt

Marketing Manager

I am Marketing Manager at Unipart Rail, supporting Unipart Dorman in both the rail and traffic sectors as well as Park Signalling. In my spare time I love to travel and immerse myself into different languages and cultures.


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