Energy Coast UTC is a University Technical College (UTC) on the outskirts of Workington, Cumbria that opened in September 2014 for students of ages 14–19. The "Energy Coast" is the coastal region between Silloth and Barrow-in-Furness, it includes the Sellafield nuclear power site and Nuclear Decommissioning Authority as well as wind farms at Walney Island and Robin Rigg. University technical colleges (UTCs) are usually smaller than average-sized schools for 14-to 19-year-olds. They serve Key Stage 4 and Key Stage 5. They focus heavily, but not exclusively, on STEMsubjects. All their technical, academic and practical learning is designed to be applied in the workplace. A UTC’s specialism usually reflects the local economy. Energy Coast UTC specialises in engineering. After an early period of high staff turnover, the staffing is now stable.The principal has been in post since September 2016. In September 2017, the UTC extended it Key Stage 4 provision, by enrolling 20 pupils into a new year 9. The college works with two training providers, Gen2 and the Lakes College, who offer engineering and construction courses. More information...

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