Links To Industry
The Talent Bank will equip students between the ages of 16-19 with the confidence academic knowledge, as well as the practical and interpersonal skills to thrive in the Health and Life Science industries. Designed with the support of local and national employers, the Talent Bank will offer an extended day where students will work on exciting and challenging projects connecting the theory with practical tasks in relevant and real word working contexts. Fantastic local partnerships and links with businesses will ensure students gain the right skills to meet current and future industry demands with opportunities to work in state of the art environments and with market leading technologies.
The college will help to create an indigenous talent pool for the health and life science sector. Students will benefit from inspirational learning environments, replicating industry standards and endorsed by international and national employers. They will have our support as sponsors as well as the backing from a range of leading business partners.
Students will benefit from the following innovative learning experiences:-
Students will experience 1 week placements within ABMU and HYWEL DDA University Health Boards.
They will begin their application process with an interview and be given continuous careers guidance.
Students will be further supported in their placements with NHS inductions.
This is a unique opportunity and no other style of learning can prepare students for the world of Life Science and STEM.
Students Spend 6 weeks, 3-4 times over the academic year completing these projects in collaborative groups. Projects are inspired by industry led issues.
Partner businesses are involved in developing and supporting the themes of the projects.
Our awe-inspiring Masterclass Programme will be delivered by industry and subject experts in the field of Life Science and STEM.
Students will have a unique opportunity to meet world renowned and pioneering academics, scientists, technological engineers and mathematician’s.
Q &A sessions can address and support class based knowledge.