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Studying Engineering can lead to a variety of exciting

careers, with both local and national organisations.

Studying at Derwentside College ensures that you will train

in excellent workshop facilities, with the most up-to-date

equipment. You will study a range of traditional and

modern hi-tech engineering subjects, including the

application of new and up-to-date technologies and

computer-aided design. You will also have the opportunity

to specialise in vocational subjects, such as fabrication and

welding, mechanical or electrical/electronic engineering.

What can I study?

Introduction to Engineering

(Develop skills in Engineering Procedures)

• Fabrication and Welding

• Mechanical

• Electrical (Maintenance / Installation)

Diploma in Electrical Installation

Certificate in Engineering

Sub Diploma in Engineering

Diploma in Engineering

Diploma in Manufacturing Engineering Technology

Apprenticeship in Engineering at Intermediate,

Advanced and Higher Level

Apprenticeship in Electrical Installation at

Intermediate and Advanced Level

Engineering

I’m currently

employed as an

Apprentice at Bonds

Cash Tech in Crook. I’m

really enjoying my

Apprenticeship; the

engineering theory and

practical skills I have

learnt at College has

been invaluable for me

in the workplace. I prefer

to learn through doing

and that’s why an

Apprenticeship is the

best route for me. I

couldn’t be happier

with my choice of

Apprenticeship and the

excellent teaching and

assessment support I

am receiving from

Derwentside College.

Joshua Payne

Apply now at

www.derwentside.ac.uk

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people are employed across

565,000 engineering enterprises

5.4 million

Intermediate Apprenticeship

in Engineering Manufacture

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