Our full-time Level 3 programme focuses on the specialist areas of electrical/electronic engineering and mechanical engineering with a choice of pathways in year 2. You’ll be taught by teachers who are specialist engineers in electrical/electronic engineering and mechanical engineering, and learn in dedicated engineering and computer labs.
Work experience is important so students in full-time study programme take part in work experience, workplace visits and employability related project work in partnership with engineering and construction businesses. In addition to the vocational and employability opportunities on offer, students are able to develop their English and Maths skills to match the requirements needed by industry and higher education.
Do you know…We also offer a part-time two-year national diploma course for employed students and apprentices wishing to upskill and progress in their careers.
What’s next?Upon successful completion of you course, you can progress directly to an apprenticeship or employment as an engineering technician or go into higher education to study for an engineering degree. Future job opportunities may include Aerospace/Avionics Engineer, Automotive Engineer, CAD Technician, Electrical/Electronic Engineer, Engineering Technician, Mechanical Engineer, Motor Sport Engineer, Product Designer, Production Engineer and Signal Engineer and more.
Earning PotentialRanging from £18,000 at entry level to in excess of £48,000.
If you're interested in Civil Engineering and Building Services Engineering, click here to see our range of courses on Construction & the Built Environment.
For more information on Engineering courses, please click on the links below.
|BTEC Level 1/Level 2 First Extended Certificate in Engineering
|T Level in Design and Development for Engineering and Manufacturing (Engineering)
|T Level in Design, Surveying and Planning for Construction (Civil Engineering)