Computer Aided Design (CAD) has become the standard design tool in the engineering industry. Many engineering design technicians now work solely on computers, creating 3D images, engineering systems and virtual reality tours of plants that have not yet been constructed.
What will you do
You will receive comprehensive off-the-job training. Training will be practical using equipment, tools and machinery found in the workplace. You will learn how to operate computers and peripheral hardware, access and use a range of software packages and produce drawings using computer aided drawing software.
If you don’t already have your own company sponsor, our dedicated advisors at NETA Training can help you to contact local businesses.
Progression on to a higher level engineering qualification or go into full-time employment.
Help & FAQ
You will be allocated a course tutor/assessor to provide guided learning and support with assignments. You will be observed in the workplace by your allocated assessor.