Engineering is about turning science into real life solutions. It can involve the design of components for your phone, working on a power station or creating a new super car. The engineering industry covers a wide range of job areas under four main engineering disciplines, civil, mechanical, structural and electrical. One route into engineering is an Engineering Apprenticeship which gives you the opportunity to engage in work-based learning and to acquire the skills you need through practical experience. Whatever route into engineering you choose, employers are increasingly looking for some degree of work experience to prove you’ve got what it takes.

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