The Lincolnshire Institute of Technology brings together the University of Lincoln, Grimsby Institute of Further and Higher Education, DN Colleges Group (North Lindsey College), Bishop Burton College (Riseholme College), Boston College, Grantham College, Lincoln College, Lincoln UTC, Bakkavor Plc, and Olympus Automation Limited, with the support of the Greater Lincolnshire Local Enterprise Partnership, Siemens Energy UK, and CATCH.
Olympus Automation Ltd are using automation and robotics to shake up the food industry and improve how our food is made.
Bakkavor is leading provider of fresh prepared food in the UK, with a growing international presence in the US and China. Over 20,000 staff members operate from 45 locations to develop and produce innovative products for a wide variety of occasions and budgets. Their customers include well-known UK grocery retailers as well as some of the world’s best-known international food brands
CATCH is an industry led partnership supporting the process, energy, engineering, and renewable industries in Yorkshire and Humber. They are actively involved in developing and delivering skills and qualifications programmes both regionally and nationally.
Grimsby Institute of Further and Higher Education offers a vast array of training options include Further and Higher Education choices offering apprenticeships, community provision, business training, work-based training, and commercial activities.
Riseholme College is focusing on precision agriculture and agri-food and their programmes are designed to provide students, and the agricultural industry, with the essential skills to utilise technology to its full potential. Over £1 million has been invested in the Riseholme Institute of Technology to develop a new training facility including classrooms, dedicated workspaces, and precision farming technologies.
Boston College's Institute of Technology is located within the their Rochford building. Their courses include Computing, Graphic Design, and Engineering.
In April 2019, Grantham College and University Centre was awarded £2.6m in funding to redevelop their Stonebridge House site to become a state-of-the-art Institute of Technology.
Lincoln College Group consists of Lincoln, Gainsborough and Newark Colleges, which train 11,000 school leavers and adults a year across professional and industry courses, apprenticeships, A levels and Higher Education. Courses at Lincoln College have been designed to develop the essential skills and experience needed for a range of pathways to ensure learners complete their training career-ready.
Lincoln UTC offers opportunity for students aged 14-19 to study innovative technical subjects alongside the core curriculum. Lincoln UTC is proud to be a Lincoln Institute of Technology partner and offers a BTEC Level 3 Extended Diploma in Engineering.