Cleanroom protocols course launches to tackle semiconductor skills shortage
13 Chwefror 2023
We are pleased to present the first in a series of short CPD courses for the compound semiconductor sector, as part of the CSconnected SIPF project.
The Cleanroom Protocols course is primarily designed for those who are new to the semiconductor industry, or those considering a career in the sector, and is one of five CPD courses being launched by the University in 2023, to help address the urgent need to increase semiconductor skills capability.
This online bite-sized CPD course provides an overview of what it is like to work in a cleanroom environment and covers typical working practices as well as general principles for safe working.
The concise, asynchronous format of the course makes an ideal training resource to embed into onboarding and induction programmes.
Skills development is a key focus of CSconnected Strength in Places Fund (SIPF), a £43M 55-month project part-funded through UK Research and Innovation’s flagship Strength in Places Fund, and has deliverables in CPD activities.
Skills are essential to enabling the growth of the CSconnected cluster with the number of jobs expected to more than double over the next three years, with the CPD element of the CSconnected SIPF project supporting the development of the skilled workforce for the South Wales region.
Kate Sunderland, CPD Project Manager for CSconnected SIPF, said:
If you would like to discuss incorporating this, or any upcoming CPD courses into your organisation's onboarding or induction process, please feel free to contact Kate for an informal chat: