Our exciting range of food and drink courses are from some of the most prestigious Colleges, Universities and Training Providers from around the country.
This course is ideal if you are a practising engineer or recent graduate looking to open up exciting career opportunities in the food and drink industry. Designed in collaboration with the Food and Drink Federation, the National Skills Academy for Food and Drink and some of the UK's biggest companies, and supported by our Centre of Excellence for Food Engineering, it gives you the knowledge and skills to become a technical specialist in this growing sector.
This HNC General Engineering course is ideal for those currently working in industry who may want to progress into engineering management, or who wish to gain professional recognition by gaining a higher qualification geared to the needs of industry. By completing a General Engineering qualification you will have a broad base of skills and knowledge to build on for the future.
This course has been written to provide you with a wide technical background to support a range of careers in electronic and control engineering. Instrumentation and Control Engineers design, install, and maintain electronics and control equipment for a wide range of industries in the sector including vehicle manufacture, aerospace, food and beverage production, transport, IT and leisure. The course has a strong technical element that will help you develop the skills you need to succeed. If you are employed in the industry this course will provide you with advanced knowledge and skills which will enhance your career prospects. If you are not employed, the course will provide you with a good grounding to help you to find employment in the field.
The Foundation Degree (FdEng) provides a solid foundation in general engineering science and mathematics, with specialisms in mechanical, electrical and manufacturing engineering.
Validated by Sheffield Hallam University, this two-year programme has been designed in consultation with a number of employers who have expressed a need for engineering technicians to have specialist knowledge and an appreciation of the challenges across the various engineering disciplines.
This course begins year one by providing you with the building blocks you need for the industry. You will study maths, science and management and cover processes of design, planning and scheduling techniques, and important health and safety principles. You will gain technical knowledge of robotics and programmable logic controllers, factory layouts and inventory control. In your second year, you will continue to develop your cognitive skills by applying your theoretical knowledge to practical projects.