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WOMEN IN STEM

  • Start date:   January 2019
  • Level of Qualification:   SCQF Level 5
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    SCQF Level:   05

WOMEN IN STEM

This fast-track course gives women the chance to experience what it is like to work in engineering, computing and construction. You will learn skills and knowledge to guarantee progression on to more advanced full-time programmes or employment. There are opportunities for well-paid work in the growing STEM sectors because of skills gaps.

  • What the course includes

    The course includes STEM subjects such as:

    • Computing: networking, programming and web design
    • Construction: introduction to civil engineering
    • Engineering: practical and theoretical skills in mechanical engineering (things that move/want to move); electronic engineering (wiring, soldering and understanding how technology works); workshop skills (to make high-tolerance objects using lathes, mills and hand-tools)
    • Computer-aided design (CAD)

Why choose this course

It will give you the chance to move into a career in the STEM sector where there are many opportunities for well-paid employment. STEM skills are also important in all sectors. You will learn though work experience and visits to local companies and sites.

Entry requirements

  • Women of all ages
  • Committed and interested
  • Missed out on opportunities for further study because of family commitments
  • Willing to try something new
  • Where it leads

    Education: NC; HNC; degree-level programmes.

    Employment: apprenticeships and STEM-related employment.

Fees, Finance & Funding

There may be help available to assist with your study related costs. Impartial, confidential help and advice on financial matters is available from the Student Funding Team - including Bursaries, Educational Maintenance Allowance (EMA), Student Awards Agency for Scotland, Student Loans Company and student support funds. Click here to find out more.

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Take that next step in your career and apply for this course today. If the course is not yet open for applications, register your interest or feel free to ask any questions by clicking make an enquiry.