Range of Engineering Degree courses and careers, such as mechanical and automotive design, manufacturing, quality control, maintenance and technical services.
BTEC National Certificate or Diploma in Engineering, or other related BTEC Level 3 qualification or appropriate A Level qualifications or related work experience plus a successful completion of a maths assessment that will take place at interview.
“I work in engineering and wanted to progress my career. I have found learning the basic principles of engineering and the laws of physics that we take for granted makes you see everyday objects differently. I would
recommend the course – the engineering department is full of tutors eager to pass on their wealth of knowledge.”
Jacques Griffith (Student HNC Mechanical/ Manufacturing Engineering)
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"The teaching staff are really good. They have very good industrial experience and background, so they are not just textbook academics. They don’t teach down and are not afraid to ask us questions. They are very interested in what we do and are hugely supportive."
James Miles (Year 2 HNC Mechanical Engineering apprentice)
(James will go on to be an assembly tester for surgical equipment at Eschmann Engineering)
"We have very good facilities in College, particularly the 3D printing machines because it tallies completely with what I do at work. My HNC qualification will open many more doors for me at work and I am working towards a promotion. Overall the standard of teaching is very good."
Jordan Mann (Year 2 HNC Mechanical apprentice)
(Jordan currently works at Spellman HV)