Ubi-tech moves to Redditch

Last updated on: June 28, 2016, Author: Editorial Team

Telecommunications training company Ubi-tech has moved its national headquarter to Redditch.

Ubi-Tech is a specialist provider of engineering and training services to the telecommunications industry. They are also a preferred supplier to the Ministry of Defence Career Transition Partnership and provide resettlement training courses for those about to leave HM Forces and for those just wishing to enhance their knowledge and qualifications.

The company’s courses in telecommunications specialise in radio, wireless, 4th Generation (LTE) and WIMAX technologies are accredited by the University of Wolverhampton.

“This company does incredible work for our ex-service people giving them not only a fantastic career but also providing a workforce which is the best in the world,” said MP Mr Zahawi for Stratford-upon-Avon, who attended in his capacity as the Prime Minister’s adviser on apprentices and joint chairman of the Apprenticeship Delivery Board.

“What they do is absolutely mission critical and because they are ex-military this is a situation that is totally familiar to them so these people won’t knock off at 5pm they’ll stay until the job is done.”

Company managing director Richard Lee said: “This is a fantastic opportunity for us to move forward, these premises have all we need to expand and we will be looking to take on more staff in the future.”

Ubi-Tech programme manager Phil Wells said: “We have moved from Sambourne to larger premises in Redditch because there was pressure for us to get much bigger.

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