A career in Engineering could take you to a vast range of industries, including aerospace, automotive, food and drink, marine, medical, IT, construction, nuclear, or even space. There are opportunities to work as a mechanical, electrical or chemical engineer in most industries, where you could focus on the research and design elements or take a more hands-on approach with manufacturing and maintenance.
Level 2 Performing Engineering Operations
The programme provides students with the basic building blocks of engineering, acting as an introduction…
Level 3 Apprenticeship Standard - Engineering Technician
Engineering Technicians in the Aerospace, Aviation, Automotive, Maritime Defence and wider Advanced Manufacturing…
Level 3 Engineering: Mechanical & Electrical
There are 5 units that are required to be achieved and these consist of two mandatory units • Engineering…
|Job Role||Engineering Technician||Engineering Professional||Design and Development Engineers||Production Managers||Quality Control and Planning Engineers||Electronics Engineers|
|Average Salary||£22,000-£50,000||£26,000- £62,000||£27,000- £63,000||£22,000- £103,000||£25,000- £62,000||£34,000- £80,000|
Our Engineering department benefits from a dedicated workshop which is equipped with a wide range of practical equipment and machinery, which students will use throughout their studies. All of our facilities are in-line with the industry.
Eastleigh careers advisor excels at Hampshire Education Awards
Eastleigh College’s Lead Careers Advisor, Trudy McKenzie, impressed the judges at Hampshire Country Council's annual Education Awards and scooped the 'Futures Award' for her excellence and achievements, and the positive impact she has had on learners' future career progression.
National recognition for careers and enterprise innovation
Eastleigh College has been commended by the Association of Colleges for the careers and progression support it provides to learners by being shortlisted for this year’s Beacon Awards. This recognition highlights the outstanding work of the college’s career and work readiness team, and other staff across the college who are dedicated to ensure learners are fully aware of the opportunities available to them.