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Hull University launches new foundation degree to help boost skills in the refining, chemical and allied sectors

“The University of Hull is launching a new course on 22 June aimed at those working in the refining, chemical and allied sectors to improve professional development and increase technical skills. Backed by Cogent and the Sector Skills Council (SSC), the University will welcome students to a new Foundation Degree in Process Engineering Management (FdEng) from September 2011. The course is aimed at operator and maintenance engineers and technicians who are seeking or starting their first supervisory role.” Read the full press release here.

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