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About the School
The School of Engineering gears up the next generation of engineers, with passionate experts developing students’ practical skills. The school focuses on covering multiple aspects of each specialism, health and safety knowledge, as well as engineering principles, giving students an advantage over competitors.
Our engineering department facilities are second-to-none, and help you gain industry-standard skills. These include motor vehicle mechanics, body & panel paint repair, electrical installation, mechanical engineering, electronic engineering, and fabrication and welding.
APPRENTICESHIPS AND PROGRESSION
Here at Leeds City College, we’re keen to encourage our students to progress.
We offer diverse engineering apprenticeship courses – and should you wish to move on to an apprenticeship during your time at the School of Engineering, we can help you take that step.
What courses do you offer?
We offer lots of exciting automotive and engineering courses including: Accident Repair Principles, Electrical Installation (Building & Structures), Engineering, Engineering (Mechanical & Electrical), Engineering Academic Route, Engineering Technology, Introduction to Engineering, Fabrication and Welding Engineering Technology, Light Vehicle Fitting Principles, Light Vehicle Maintenance and Repair Principles, Mechanical Maintenance – Light Vehicle, and Vehicle Accident Repair Multi-Skill.
What are the progression routes from these courses?
Progression routes are available from Level 1 to Level 3 within the School of Engineering. University Centre Leeds also offers HNCs and HNDs in Electrical and Electronic Engineering and Manufacturing Engineering as a further progression route for Level 3 students.
Does my child need to wear steel toe capped boots?
For practical lessons all students from the School of Engineering will need to have safety boots and coveralls which they will need to purchase themselves, any other relevant equipment will be provided.
Does the college offer any financial support for students?
Yes, students can apply for the college bursary which can pay for travel passes, college meals and trips. Students with children can also gain support with childcare to support their studies.
Which campus is the School of Engineering based at?
We are based at Printworks Campus.
We are committed to making sure all students and staff are protected from harm. All staff are trained in safeguarding and child protection and our dedicated safeguarding team is on hand for advice and support. Don’t stay silent, we are here for you.
Meet the team
Mitch ScottHead of Engineering
Matthew CogginsDeputy Head of Engineering
Gary CampbellProgramme Manager
Wayne LucasProgramme Manager,
Paul RobertsonProgramme Manager, Engineering
Paul CourtneyProgramme Manager, Electrical Installation
Katherine IrelandProgramme Manager (Pastoral & Progression)
Andy RaynerElectrical Installation
Davy HannahTeacher, Engineering
Stephanie SiviterMaths & English Teacher
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