Is engineering the right career choice for your son or daughter? Engineering is a vibrant part of London and the UK’s economy and provides an exciting range of careers for all abilities and all interests. Much is being made of the need to "rebalance the economy" and the spotlight is firmly back on engineering and manufacturing and its importance to the future prosperity of the UK economy. It's a great time to be learning a skill and developing a career in the manufacturing and engineering sector.
With great earning potential and new emerging technologies, this is a great time for your children to take advantage of the facilities, courses and our newly announced University Technical College (ELUtec) here at CEME.
The demand for engineering based jobs and careers is high but our local employers tell us there is a shortage of skilled labour and your son or daughter could make a real difference.
At CEME we offer a number of courses:
- product design
- motor vehicle
These courses have allowed our students to progress on to:
- Further study within local schools and colleges
- Modern apprenticeships
- Careers with major engineering or manufacturing companies
- Careers with local engineering and manufacturing small to medium enterprises
- Promotion within their own organisations
Life at CEME: Students can also expect to use the excellent facilities on a daily basis. These include:
- 25,000 square feet of fully equipped workshops
- Heavy duty training rooms
- CAD rooms
- Design studios
- Rapid Prototyping Suite
- Outdoor area with a lake
- All rooms are all equipped with the latest IT technology
Excellent transport links and a large car park make CEME an excellent place to study. Students’ welfare is CEME’s priority which is why it prides itself on a safe and secure place to study.
For further information please contact Tom Ashby on 020 8596 7050 or email email@example.com
ELUTec – CEME’s University Technical College (opening September 2013)
ELUTec is a University Technical College, a new breed of secondary school for 14 – 19 year olds that will deliver vocational education in engineering and technology alongside the core subjects of Maths and English. Students will progress to A Levels before either entering apprenticeships with local companies or electing to go onto higher education at university.