Engineering courses at City College Norwich
Engineers play a vital role in designing, maintaining and developing all aspects of the man-made world around us. This includes the buildings we live and work in, to transport and the products and technology we depend on.
What our courses are about
There are many options for starting your career in engineering. All our courses will give you an excellent base of engineering skills. They will also allow you to develop more in-depth knowledge and practical experience in your chosen specialism.
We offer a wide range of courses including aviation engineering, electrical engineering courses, mechanical engineering courses, vehicle maintenance and motorsport. All of our courses have been developed with employers. This means that you will gain the skills needed to become a successful engineer.
What you will do
Our engineering courses will develop your understanding of the engineering world, the different sectors and how they impact on our lives. You will get lots of practical experience in our industry standard workshops. These contain the latest equipment and technology that will help you progress into a career in engineering. Our aviation courses are delivered in partnership with KLM UK Engineering and taught at the world class International Aviation Academy Norwich.
What you can go on to do
Our broad range of courses are designed to help you develop the skills you will need to be successful. You can progress to higher level study, an apprenticeship or university level study. Our College’s close connections with industry mean that you will gain the skills needed in the workplace.
Students from our courses have progressed on to a wide variety of careers. This includes mechanics, mechanical engineers, aircraft engineering, automotive technicians, race engineers, and project managers.
Is it suitable for you?
If you enjoy practical problem solving, learning how things work and fixing things then you could be well suited to a career in engineering.
“Attending City College Norwich allowed me to get lots of hands on experience with metal work, which I really enjoyed. I gained a lot of confidence being at college and it made me realise what I want to do.”Hollie Thomas - Aviation Engineering (2018), currently and Apprentice at KLM UK Engineering