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Free online masterclasses set to take place

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  • News date: Feb '22
  • News author: Liam Waite
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A SERIES of free online masterclasses are set to shine a light on complex issues in Cumbria and beyond.
The Skills Hub Cumbria masterclasses will see University of Cumbria experts look to address challenges faced in supply chains, sustainability and the value of failure in a succinct, insightful way.
Rethinking Supply Chains in an Uncertain World will be delivered by Professor John Sidney on Wednesday, March 2 and cover how the future of supply chain management will rely on developing the next level of professionalism to encompass global strategic opportunities with sound operational management. To register, click here.
Sustainability – So What?, delivered by Professor Sheila Pankhurst on Wednesday, March 9, will provide a succinct and accessible overview of the key issues likely to arise in any workplace discussions about sustainability, so that you will be better informed about the objectives, definitions and challenges in creating a sustainable future for Cumbria and the wider region. To register, click here.
On Tuesday, March 15, Professor Andy Gale’s Wrecking Projects masterclass will work from the position of how to wreck a project – on the basis that if we know how to make something fail and try not to avoid it, maybe there is a good chance of success. To register, click here.
Each masterclass will take place online between 12pm and 1.30pm.
Skills Hub Cumbria is a collaboration between Lakes College, Carlisle College, Kendal College, Furness College and University of Cumbria.