Electrical engineering plays a huge part in all engineering projects. As the electronics industry becomes more and more advanced, manufacturers require fresh talent to build their workforce.
Students completing their training at CEMAST have access to two dedicated electronics laboratories where they will be able to build and test electrical circuitry and use simulators to develop different designs and analyse performance.
Your Future is Bright
Although arguably one of the most difficult subjects to master in the world of engineering, these qualifications give successful students the opportunity to pursue a wide variety of careers across the world. The principles taught are also highly transferable and provide students with the opportunity to work in other fields such as aerospace, marine and manufacturing engineering environments.
Working closely with industry, CEMAST has developed its syllabus to support candidates who wish to gain an electrical engineering Apprenticeship with the National Air Traffic Services (NATS).
A qualification in electrical engineering could open up a range of future career paths, including working as an:
- Electronic engineer
- Electrical engineer
- Digital computer systems technician
- Power engineer
- Control system engineer
- Telecommunications engineer
- Integrated circuit designer
- Radio and radar engineer
- Instrumentation engineer
Students will be required to purchase and wear overalls, steel toe cap safety shoes and safety glasses. A list of professional clothing will be supplied at your application interview.