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Four courses to start in January to grow your Engineering career prospects

Updated: 17.12.23

Four courses to start in January to grow your Engineering career prospects

Whether you already work in the construction or engineering industries, or are looking to move careers, our new courses are perfect for learning a new skill that will be attractive to new employers or help you to develop within your current job role.

Keep reading to find out more about the qualifications you can start this coming January.

Lean Organisation Management Techniques

This qualification will tech you the principles of lean organisation techniques and how systems or processes can be set up to improve production; examining how waste is reduced and the benefits of a lean environment within business organisations.

You’ll study practical units such as implementing a productivity needs analysis process and understanding the concept of a lean environment, as well as management modules such as understanding team dynamics and working effectively as a team leader.

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Welding Techniques and Skills

This practical course is aimed at self-employed workers and those looking to learn or improve basic welding techniques.

Focusing on two key welding techniques (MIG and down-hand welding), students will learn both the theory behind each process, as well as the practical application and health and safety guidance for both techniques.

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Digital, 2D and AutoCAD Training

Skills in Computer Aided Design (using computers to create and optimise product drawings and designs) are highly sought after in several careers, including engineering, architecture and product design.

This course will give you the skills to create and edit drawings, use blocks and layers and make annotations to detailed drawings. Delivered in a blended learning format, you’ll learn key theoretical concepts at home before applying these in face-to-face workshops, where you can use our top-quality CAD software to practice your skills and get feedback from your instructor.

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Engineering CAD and Robotics

This comprehensive program provides aspiring digital designers with the essential skills and knowledge to navigate the ever-evolving landscape of digital engineering design.

As well as an introduction to computer-aided design (CAD), this programme will explore the use of digital electronics, robotics technology and mechanical principles applicable to digital design.

This course can be used as a stepping-stone either into higher education or in careers such as a CAD Technician or 3D Modeler.

Click here to learn more about this course.

 

You can view all of our construction and engineering programmes starting next month here, or make sure to visit our brand-new home of adult learning.

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