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Bloodhound Project – a supersonic boost for kids and the UK economy.

The Bloodhound project

Bloodhound Project director Richard Noble hopes that his supersonic scheme will inspire kids to invent and design new technology, to boost the UK’s economy. About Richard Noble and The Bloodhound Project Richard Noble hopes to drive his supersonic car, Bloodhound SSC, into the record books this year but he is also full of hope about another mission – to engage ... Read More »

Engineering apprenticeships-building services, power,environmental

five reasons to study STEM

The engineering industry is big and it employs around 737,000 people in many different areas of work and engineering job roles – find out about what types of engineering apprenticeships there are here. The range of engineering apprenticeships available The Building Services Engineering Technology Apprenticeship This advanced level apprenticeship covers the installation and maintenance of systems and services within buildings, ... Read More »

Engineering jobs – Careers in civil engineering

what to do after college

Career prospects are good for civil engineers and civil engineering technicians, with job opportunities set to grow between now and 2022. Find out more about this fascinating job and how to get into it.  Civil engineering technicians Civil engineering technicians work across a range of projects, including structural projects like bridges, buildings and pipelines; transportation projects, such as roads, railways ... Read More »

Four key areas of engineering – jobs and qualifications

why you should consider a career in engineering

Engineers are needed for lots of roles in many different industries. Take a look at four key engineering disciplines and the jobs and careers you could opt for. Mechanical engineering Mechanical engineering is basically about designing anything with movable components. Mechanical engineers develop, design, modify and maintain components and equipment. These components or machines are used in industries including manufacturing ... Read More »

Do you want to be an architect?

The title architect is protected by law.  This is to ensure that anyone who employs an architect is employing someone with professional status who has all the necessary qualifications and experience to complete the job role. If you want to be an architect you will need to begin at the point of having five GCSEs at grade A* – C ... Read More »

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