Choosing to study engineering is a great way to open up loads of future career opportunities. Whether you want to work in industry, specialise in a particular area or eventually go on to run your own consultancy firm, our courses will give you an understanding of the specialist work related skills that are in demand by many employers.
What will you do
Health & Safety, CCNSG Safety Passport, Basic Power Tools/Hand Tools, Apply for Jobs, CV Writing and Interview Techniques, Mechanical Principles and Engineering Maths.
Practical training in different Mechanical Engineering disciplines, which could include: Design & Draughting using Computer Aided Design (CAD), Mechanical Installation, Bench Fitting, Cutting and Shaping and Turning / Milling.
Progression on to a higher level engineering qualification which could then lead onto an engineering apprenticeship.
Help & FAQ
At NETA you willl receive excellent teaching and learning.
At NETA we have excellent progression opportunities for you.