Engineering Technologies

Introduction

Studying engineering gives learners an enormously flexible toolset which leads to a fulfilling career in the sector. There are currently 2 jobs available for every student taking the subject and the demand is projected to grow for at least the next 10 years.

The courses we run at the college are designed to equip learners with everything they need to progress in to employment, apprenticeships or higher education. You will study a very diverse range of subjects including Electrical/Electronic engineering, Computer Aided Design, Mechanical Engineering and the level of Maths/Science required for top Universities. With our expert knowledge and industry standard facilities Canterbury College is the best place to help you reach your potential.

Social Action

Engineering students volunteered their services at Broomfield BMX Club. They put the welding and fabrication skills learned on their course into good practical use by repairing the club start gate which had been vandalised. The students work will enable the club to host regional and national competitions.

“I really enjoyed working at the BMX club as part of Community Day as it is something I am working towards doing after my course. It was great to get out of the classroom and working in a real life engineering environment. Working with the local community was nice especially knowing how much they have benefited from the work.” Tommy Marshall, Level 2 Welding & Fabrication

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