Ensure your students have the right skills for the job – our engineering program is designed to bridge the skills gap

Our engineering program comprises three main strands of Control and Instrumentation, Mechanical Engineering and Electronic Engineering. Our comprehensive program addresses a broad range of related engineering areas, including:Industrial Control Trainer

  • Electrical Engineering
  • Electronics
  • Mechatronics
  • Mechanical Engineering
  • Engineering Science
  • Engineering Materials Technology
  • Manufacturing Techniques

“As an introduction to a completely new area of engineering, the interaction that the software simulations facilitate is truly first rate. Moving from the simulations to the hardware was painless and easy. Watching the students handle the equipment with such confidence after such a short time was inspirational.” 

- Nigel Jones, Head of Design and Technology at Guthlaxton College

Control and Instrumentation

Industrial Control Work-Cell Simulator

This strand of our program covers motor control, sensing and instrumentation through to PLC programming. The resources in this program provide excellent training for real-world, in-demand skills.

Mechanical Engineering

hydraulics simulator screenshot

Our mechanical engineering strand covers hydraulics, pneumatics and mechanisms. A complete series of digital learning content is supported by real-world trainers to aid in the understanding of mechanical engineering concepts.

Electronic Engineering

electronics trainer

From basic electronics through to complex systems, the electronics strand of our engineering program gives students the skills and confidence to build and study circuits in detail.

“The resources are excellent, and so flexible in their delivery options. Our consortium will benefit greatly from having access to such an innovative programme.” 

- Phil Neave, Head of Engineering at Oxford and Cherwell Valley College