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If you are interested in Engineering – Mechanical, Electrical or Electronic - there is a huge range of careers open to you, including Welding.
To start with, some definitions might help. Think about your mobile phone or computer – an Electronics Engineer helped to develop it. Electrical Engineering refers not only to electrical machinery, but also to the generation, transmission and distribution of electrical energy. It is a Mechanical Engineer’s job to design and manufacture anything from small individual parts and devices, to large systems for machine tools and even spacecraft. They are also responsible for the vehicles we drive – or may never drive, such as Formula One supercars.
One of our Study Programmes or courses can get you started in a career in one of these exciting areas. For starters, how about working on the railways as a Technician, or take a job as a Lift Engineer, or Building services Engineer, or Heating and Ventilation Engineer? With the government’s drive to reduce climate change, Engineering skills will also be increasingly in demand to support the technology required for wind farms, as well as for solar panel design and installation. And Plumbers and Welders start out with training in Engineering. Engineering training can get you started on one of a fantastic choice of career paths.