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Develop your mechanical, electrical, and electronic engineering expertise, solve real-world problems, and make an impact in your workplace with our Electro-mechanical Engineer Degree Apprenticeship. Study for an honours degree in Electro-mechanical Engineering while you work, with no tuition fees.

Course highlights

  • Gain the knowledge and behaviours to excel within complex engineering environments
  • Develop the advanced skills and techniques to meet the evolving demands of the industry and future proof your career
  • Study while you work, with no tuition fees
  • Work-based approach allows you to deliver impact in the workplace as you learn

This apprenticeship is ideal if you’re currently involved in an engineering role or want to launch an exciting career in electro-mechanical engineering and don’t have a university level qualification. You’ll use your passion for problem solving to support or lead in the research, development, design, and aftermarket support for new products. You’ll develop your mechanical and electrical engineering expertise to excel in complex engineering environments and open the door to a wide range of career opportunities.

The primary role of an electro-mechanical engineer is to solve real-world problems using a combination of mechanical and electrical engineering expertise. You’ll use your understanding of electrical and mechanical disciplines to support and oversee product development including design, testing, analysis, reporting, verification, safety assessment, quality assurance, project management and delivering to time and cost.

You’ll also play a key role in providing information, advice and guidance on technical solutions and proposals and provide ongoing technical support for new products.

Electro-mechanical engineers can work on a variety of complex products that often require an understanding of programming software, data interpretation, computer-aided design, and the ability to operate mechanical systems via electrical, pneumatic, or hydraulic means. Product examples include precision measurement tools, hydraulic actuator systems, medical monitors, bespoke industrial machinery, and complex remote handling manipulators.

Our course has been developed using the Government approved Electro-mechanical Engineer Apprenticeship Standard, developed by an industry led 'trailblazer' group. This means that the course is designed to enable you to develop the knowledge, skills and behaviours employer’s representative of the sector say they want and need.



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