The benefits of recruiting a high-quality graduate
through a successful scheme at the University of Wolverhampton will
be highlighted at a breakfast seminar for regional
Roy Taylor, from Malthouse Engineering Ltd, will explain the
benefits his company has gained from working in partnership with
the University of Wolverhampton at a free breakfast event on
Wednesday 31 March 2010.
The event will be held at the Black Country Living Museum in
Dudley from 7.30am to 9.30am. Companies of all sizes and from all
sectors are welcome to attend the seminar.
A Knowledge Transfer Partnership
(KTP) enables a firm to recruit a high-calibre graduate or
“associate” to boost their business by getting them to work on a
specific project lasting between ten weeks and three years. Up to
60% funding is available.
Knowledge Transfer Partnerships (KTP) is a UK-wide programme
enabling organisations to improve their competitiveness,
productivity and performance through a partnership with an academic
institution. KTP is part-funded by Advantage West Midlands, the
European Regional Development Fund and the Technology Strategy
Board. KTP is a Solutions for Business Product.
To book a place or for further information, visit www.wlv.ac.uk/businessbreakfast
or call the KTP Marketing Team on: 0800 068 5023.
For more information please contact Vickie Warren in the Media
Relations Office on 01902 322736
Date issued: Thursday, 25 March 2010
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