Engineering students at the college can look forward to a range of opportunities including training in the college’s Engineering Innovation Centre, access to the latest equipment and technology used in industry and working on a range of live briefs and project work.
Courses available at the college range from Level 1 to Level 3. We also offer higher-level courses in electrical and mechanical engineering at the college’s Vision University Centre.
Engineers provide some of the most sought-after skills in industry – and are needed across several sectors. Engineers need to be both practically-minded and have a good knowledge of English, maths and science. As an engineer, you’ll need to be good at solving problems and thinking on your feet.
The right qualification in electrical and mechanical engineering can provide a platform into various careers. You could choose to go on to further study at university-level, take up an apprenticeship or move straight into employment.
Engineering is advancing all the time, and advancements in technology has made this an exciting sector to work in. You’ll be expected to keep up with the latest practises and procedures to ensure you’re staying ahead of the competition.
Both electrical and mechanical engineering students at West Notts study at the newly-built Engineering Innovation Centre; which provides space to work on practical projects using the latest technologies. Tutors will work with you to ensure you’re meeting safety standards and gaining the skills necessary for industry.