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Asgard and local schools

Asgard work with local schools

Asgard are a local firm and have been for many years, it is important to reinvest in the local area, not just money, but with time and expertise. This month Asgard secure steel storage offered local school children a glimpse of what it is like in a real manufacturing plant. Students from Laisterdyke Business & Enterprise College spent the day touring the huge Asgard manufacturing site, giving its students a taste of the world of work two years ahead of when most other young people normally encounter work experience.
180 year 8 students are taking part in a series of 'Industry Days' visits to employers around Bradford to discover what they are about. Employers include high profile names such Asgard.
asgard metal sheds in the local community
Additional information
The 12 employability skills learned by Laisterdyke students are:
  • Coming up with ideas
  • Solving problems
  • Planning and organising
  • Taking decisions
  • Weighing up the situation
  • Communicating with others
  • Getting things done alone
  • Working within a team
  • Taking the lead
  • Taking risks
  • Responding to change
  • Keeping going when it's tough