NAA launches new training hub and strengthens international links

NAA launches new training hub and strengthens international links

The Northern Automotive Alliance (NAA) launched its new Training Hub last month, with a new portfolio of training courses, which sit alongside the long standing technical training offerings. The courses added were a direct response to the needs of NAA members, and include courses such as Leadership training through Dale Carnegie, and an Industry 4.0 Access Programme, which can be paid through Levy funds.

June also saw the launch of the NAA’s first International Forum in partnership with Enterprise Ireland. With the impending Brexit, to help maintain our international business relationships, the NAA has partnered with like-minded organisations in Germany, Ireland, Italy and Spain to maintain and grow the international links with companies who wish to do business with the North, and to support NAA members in their efforts to export.

Some dates for your dairy:

  • Printing for the Future (FDM Digital Solutions, Burnley, 17th July)–how additive manufacturing is transforming low volume automotive production.
  • The journey to predictive maintenance (Webinar, 25th July)– a first for NAA, this Webinar gives members a chance to gain knowledge remotely about how you can develop a smarter factory.
  • Mental Health Awareness (Morson, Manchester, 12th September)
  • Driving Behaviour – a twist and turns safety journey (NGF, St. Helens, 10th October)

Find out more about the NAA and the services it provides the automotive manufacturing sector at