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Unusual Careers What Does A Mudlogger Do?

There are loads of jobs out there that you’ve probably never heard of. For example, what does a mudlogger do? A mud log is a record of drilling activity – a geological record of a drilled hole. Mudloggers are very important workers in the oil and gas industry. They monitor and record all drilling activity as well as information on ... Read More »

How To Become A Plumber

how to become a plumber

A plumber is a tradesperson who specialises in installing, repairing and maintaining plumbing and heating systems. Plumbers install and maintain water, drainage and heating systems. They cut, bend and join pipes and fittings, diagnose and fix faults and service appliances. In addition to actually carrying out the work mentioned, you would also be expected to measure, plan and cost out ... Read More »

Maintenance Engineers In The Spotlight

maintenance engineers

When equipment or machinery breaks down it holds up production, which is bad for business. Maintenance engineers prevent breakdowns. We take a look at this important role. Maintenance engineers or engineering maintenance technicians keep machinery and equipment running. They deal with regular equipment maintenance and they respond to equipment breakdowns and faults. What would the job of maintenance engineer be like? ... Read More »

Professional Engineering Status Explained

Professional Engineering Status

What’s the difference between a Chartered Engineer, Incorporated Engineer and Engineering Technician? – professional engineering status explained. To hold one of these titles you must be a member of a professional engineering institution which is licensed by the Engineering Council. To become a member, you need to show that you have relevant technical skills, which will include gaining a qualification ... Read More »

Engineering Study Options

Engineering Study Options

There’s a route into a career in engineering to suit everyone – full time, part time, academic, vocational or through an apprenticeship. We take a look at just some of your engineering study options. Whether you are starting from nothing or you are making a decision after GCSEs or A-levels, there are a variety of engineering training options out there. ... Read More »

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