- 98% of our students are satisfied
- 94.2% Achieve their qualifications
Engineering offers great career prospects in some of today’s most exciting and dynamic industries.
Whether it’s mechanical, chemical, civil and electrical, you’ll learn skills and gain work experience in your chosen field. Whether it’s developing new micro-technologies or building new infrastructure, you’ll plan, design and build machines, systems and processes to solve technical problems.
Our engineering courses are among the best in the country with many of our students excelling on work placements, progressing to university and realising their career aspirations.
Our Courses and Apprenticeships
The School of Engineering offers progression from Level 2 to Level 3. All our courses are taught with a variety of approaches in mind, designed to make your learning experience the best it can be.
We offer Courses and Apprenticeships in:
- Performing Engineering Operations
- Access to Higher Education Diploma in Engineering
Top Facts for Engineering
- Progress to university from engineering courses is very strong.
- Courses offer constructive, supportive and timely feedback, which helps students improve.
- Progress in workshops and classrooms shows most students will go on to achieve.
- Students take pride in their work, become confident and self-assured as they learn.
- Reviews of work placements are positive with employers complimentary of students’ work.
What you could earn
Mechanical Engineer: Hourly Pay £18.75, Weekly Pay £750, Annual Pay £39,000
Electronics and Electrical Engineers: Hourly Pay £14.76, Weekly Pay £620, Annual Pay £32,240
- CONEL launches new partnership with Siemens to train engineering apprentices
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- CONEL supports Enfield's Enrichment Engineering Week
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