Engineering is everywhere! It already plays a leading role in the products we use daily and the environments in which we live. It’s an exciting industry offering worldwide opportunities for those of you bold enough to follow your dream.
Engineering underpins how we live our lives, it encompasses design, electronics, mechanical, software and structural specialisms, making career paths potentially endless. We know choosing the right route can be confusing, so we start by getting the basics right. As your knowledge and interest of the subject broadens you can start to identify your next steps, with the guidance and support of our talented teaching team.
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Why work in the Engineering Industry?
Wide range of jobs in the Engineering Industry
A wide range of employers in the Engineering Industry
Considering a career in Engineering?
If you’re not sure what to study, then why not take some time to find out more information about possible careers?
Or, if you already have a career in mind, but you’re not sure what you need to study to pursue that career, we can help you get one step closer to that dream job.
Qualifications & levels explained
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Studying Fabrication and Welding Apprenticeship Level 2
Studying Mechanical Engineering Apprenticeship
I chose the Apprenticeship route as you get hands on experience, whilst also getting paid and getting a qualification. The tutors are great. They talk to you like an adult and they are more like friends. It’s a really warm environment to learn and work in and there are a lot of friendly faces around college. I’ve made friends for life.
Studying Mechanical Engineering HNC Level 4
Kirklees College offers the best Engineering course in the area. From the CNC machinery to the fatigue testing machines, the equipment is brilliantly placed and operated by the best tutors. There are many aspects of the HNC course that I have been able to transfer over to working life and I’ve seen first-hand how the work done at college will help me develop in my career.
Studying Engineering and Manufacturing Level 3
I wanted a pathway into engineering which allowed me to have the freedom to choose which aspect of engineering I wanted to specialise in. I enjoy the variety of different units you learn, being practical and the theory-based learning gives you the confidence and the knowledge you’ll need in your future job role.