NSAR’s expertise and reputation in the areas of development of apprenticeship standards and training course curriculum and plans, skills forecasting and strategic workforce planning, design of training facilities and the quality assessment of training provision is enabling it to develop strong business relationships internationally and in particular China.
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NSAR’s reputation has enabled us to develop strong relationships internationally and in particular China. NSAR and its partner in China UKSCE (UK Sectors Centres of Excellence) has signed 15 MOUs in the last 12 months to develop skills programmes and assist in the internationalising of Chinese education and is working with The Chinese Society of Vocational and Technical Education and Fusi Capital. NSAR’s work in China has the approval of the DIT and the FCO departments of the UK Government.
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The United Kingdom Sectors Centres of Excellence (UKSCE) is a brand new initiative which aims to bridge the gap between technical & vocational education & training in China. The UKSCE aims to enrich the international community and enhance the Chinese workforce through the setup of international schools and training centres.
This new enterprise is the result of a collaboration between The Nationals Skills Academy for Rail (NSAR), UK Skills Federation and the Chinese Government. It is supported by the Department of International Trade (DIT) and will include multiple industries such as rail, construction, sport, social care, IT, health, financial services and much more.
The UKSCE seeks to establish 50 – 80 demonstration centres, called CDM’s. These CDM’s will house the latest technological facilities ensuring a strong foundation to support supply and demand for skills. The UKSCE will setup in various regions within China. Each will have the ability to train 1000 students annually.
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