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Digital Trainer wanted for The Blair Project

11th May 2017

The Blair Project is an innovative social enterprise working to fill the UK’s tech and digital skills shortage by equipping disadvantaged young people (14-19) in former mining areas with the technical and vocational skills they need to progress to well-paid jobs, careers and brighter futures. We inspire learning through a powerful combination of motorsport and digital technologies such as 3D printing. Set up by the family of an army veteran, we were given the Royal Seal of Approval by HRH Prince Harry in 2016.

We’re looking to train military veterans and service leavers , with an interest in technology or engineering, as digital trainers to deliver our technical and vocational education programmes  which are motorsport based in schools across Greater Manchester, and at our new training facility in Atherton.

We believe military veterans and service leavers have the right set of transferable skills to become the best digital trainers, professionals and advisors. It will develop your unique knowledge and experience and prepare you to inspire the next generation.

For more information about the project and relevant contact details please refer to this document.