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Engineering - Case Study
Odin Engineering inspire girls to work in engineering.
Henley College Coventry has been working in partnership with Odin Engineering to inspire the next generation of female engineers. ... read more
Enterprise Week talk by Odin Engineering inspires Adam to seek full time job.
Adam studied engineering at Henley College and during Enterprise Week he attended a talk given by Emily Barker, a director at Odin Engineering. ... read more
Tom Mills - Performing Engineering Operations – Level 1
Tom Mills started his story at Henley College on the Performing Engineering Operations Level 1. Tom had some basic engineering knowledge from school and wanted to continue his learning and development. ... read more
Isabelle came to one of Henley College Coventry’s open evenings and spoke to engineering tutors and now she is studying for the Level 2 Performing Engineering Operations. ... read more
Paige's Performing Engineering Operations Level 1 leads to an apprenticeship.
When Paige started her Engineering course she says “I was thrown in at the deep end but I loved the challenge to work out how the engineering machines work,from lave machines, drilling machines to milling machines. The best part of the course was when you made something. I made a hammer head, this was challenging at first but seeing the end result was amazing. ... read more
By 2020, Design and development engineers are expected to be paid on average £745 per week and there will be an increase in these jobs of 8.4% across the UK. 6,551 jobs will be based here in the West Midlands