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eastleigh college profile who offer Engineering Technology Training courses  in Hampshire

We offer full-time and part-time courses for everyone; from adult education and apprenticeships to technical and professional courses for 14-18's.

(3.2)
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Jewellery evening classes

I have attended the beginners and subsequently the advanced courses and have fou...more

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The Advanced Apprenticeship in Engineering Manufacture is a Level 3 Apprenticeship that provides the skills, knowledge and competence requirements to work at craft or technician level, in order to carry...more

Duration: 24 months

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DevOps Engineering on Amazon Web Services AWS demonstrates how to use the most common DevOps patterns to develop, deploy and maintain applications on AWS. The course covers the core principles of the...more

Duration: Variable

Intermediate

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Farnborough College of Technology
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CPP - Farnborough College

Lots of support offered by approachable and available staff. Small classes - lo...more

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This programme is intended for those working in or providing support within an engineering environment. The training is delivered and assessed whilst attending Farnborough College once a week to learn the...more

Duration: 2 years

Intermediate

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What is mechanical engineering ? Put simply, it’s the design and manufacture of mechanical systems (or put even more simply, anything with an engine). This can range from the smallest component in a set of scales to extremely large operating...

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So you think you want to study engineering? Prepare yourself for sleepless nights, hard work and spending four hours on a problem, only to realise its wrong. To prepare you for your course, we’ve searched high and low for seven pictures that...

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