Engineering (Electrical and Electronic Engineering)
Electrical and Electronic Engineering are disciplines of engineering that address the study and application of electricity, electronic and electro-magnetism. Providing specialist studies relevant to individual vocations and professions in which learners are working or intend to seek employment in electrical/electronic engineering and its related industries.
This course is it equip students with the fundamental knowledge commensurate for an incorporated electrical engineer role within the industry. A continuation of their systematic understanding of the science and mathematics that underpins electrical engineering.
Engineering (Mechanical Engineering)
Mechanical engineering is the field of engineering that combines engineering science, physics, and materials science principles to design, manufacture and analysis of mechanical systems. It is thought to be one of the oldest areas of engineering.
This course prepares students for a range of technical and management careers in mechanical engineering it also enables progression to or count towards an undergraduate degree or further professional qualification in electrical/electronic engineering or related area.
This course is to equip students with the fundamental knowledge commensurate for an incorporated mechanical engineer role within industry. This course provides advanced research skill development through implementation and has optional workshop experience.
Many of our students have progressed into either further higher study at the MEng and/or PhD level, or full-time employment within regional and national organisations at the Incorporated Engineer level undertaking a wide array or design and project engineering roles. Many have now progressed into supervisory and management roles and have won prestigious awards from both national employers and national apprenticeship services.
Specific destination data demonstrates that many are now undertaking highly valued roles and further development, specifically including the following: PhD study at Birmingham, Cranfield, Sheffield Hallam and Derby Universities, Operations Manager, Manufacturing Project Engineer, Design Engineer, Maintenance Engineer (various industries including nuclear power generation, food processing and manufacturing), HM Armed Forces (Officer Training and development to Senior Non-Commissioned Officer), Project Leader, Special Projects Manager, Senior Projects Engineer and Senior Manager (Deputy Plant Manager) are only a few roles that you can go into. More details of roles can be found on our website.