Engineering

Curriculum

The CTEC qualification in Engineering will develop students’ understanding of the underpinning mathematics and scientific principles of engineering. Students will gain practical experience in a variety of areas, such as mechanical and electrical engineering. There will be a significant amount of scientific and mathematical theory to the depth and breadth of knowledge, understanding and skills required to give a very strong combination of units to access either level 4 apprenticeships or higher education.

Progression

Computer designing (CAD); mechanical and electrical/electronics engineering; product design in aerospace and the car industry; civil engineering; chemical engineering.

Careers

The Cambridge Technicals course is designed to meet the Technical Level characteristics and will provide students with the skills required when starting out in their chosen career in engineering. Key industry employers and experts agree that Cambridge Technicals provide students with the right knowledge and competence required when entering employment or higher education.

Engineers in Britain and throughout the world are in high demand and there are a wide range of options for engineering students. The common choices are either university or an industrial apprenticeship. There are 40,000 aerospace industry jobs in the Bristol area, plus a large range of other, well established engineering industries. Engineers are paid above average salaries and often enjoy the option to travel overseas on projects.

Additional Entry Requirements

Either BTEC Engineering Level 2 – Merit, or GCSE Mathematics – Grade 5

Assessment

All units internally assessed

Opportunities for work related activities

Opportunities to work with companies like Rolls Royce, taking part in the Engineering Education Scheme.

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