YALE College will show Assembly Minister Jane Davidson how it is trying to fill the skills gap in Wrexham.
In the UK there is a need for more workers with practical skills.
Jane Davidson, Minister for Education and Lifelong Learning will be at the college today (Thursday) to see Yale's new brickwork teaching area and Wales's first floor-laying training centre.
She will also visit the college's Centre of Excellence for Engineering and Construction at Bersham Road which runs apprenticeships for major companies including Airbus, Unibond and Kellogg's and offers nationally recognised vocational education and training.
The minister will also attend a special event at Yale's Grove Park campus to celebrate its innovative partnership work.
In conjunction with the Maelor School, Ysgol Ruabon, Ysgol Morgan Llwyd, Ysgol Dinas Bran and Coleg Llysfasi, Yale provides vocational post-16 education, allowing young people to choose non-academic advanced studies.
College Principal Paul Croke said: 'We will be pleased to show the Minister the excellent partnership work being carried out here in Wrexham.
'Yale has just completed nearly £600,000 worth of development especially to cater for its new post 16 collaborative work including a Hairdressing and Beauty Therapy Salon, extended Engineering and Construction facilities and dedicated Music Technology Studio - all achieved with funding from the National Council for Education and Training for Wales and ELWa.
'It is hoped that collaborative delivery will benefit many more 16 year olds in future, with further shared programmes between the sites.'