Engineering is behind nearly everything you will come across in some form or another – from the design and manufacture of your mobile phone and laptop to the clothes you wear and cars and bikes you travel in/on.
It’s about solving problems and using practical skills – if you are interested in Science and Maths as well as Design and Technology, Maintenance and Manufacture then Engineering could be for you.
At KITS the 3 areas of Engineering covered are:
Mechanical Engineering is the discipline that applies Engineering and Physics, to design, analyse, manufacture, and maintain mechanical systems. It is one of the oldest and broadest of the Engineering disciplines.
As a Mechanical Engineer you could find employment as:
Engineering Maintenance Fitter
Quality Control Inspector
Electrical Engineers work in areas of power supply and generation, designing, developing, research, testing, electrical equipment manufacturing and also must be able to handle the responsibilities of wiring and lighting installation.
Some of the job areas you could be working on as an Electrical Engineer are:
Fabrication and Welding
Welding and Fabrication is a sculptural process that joins materials, usually metals or thermoplastics, by causing fusion.
As a Fabricator and Welder you could be employed as:
Sheet Metal Worker