Dunfermline (Halbeath) Campus
According to a recent Skills Development Scotland report, in 2019 the highest value sector in Fife was Manufacturing with a Gross Value Add (GVA) of £1.4 billion.
By 2029, Manufacturing is forecast to have one of the greatest increases in GVA output increasing by over £135 million and Manufacturing is also one of the top 3 largest employing sectors in Fife.
So, there is no better time to start your career in Manufacturing!
Mathematics: Tech 1 and 2; Communication; Information technology; Computer-aided design (CAD)
Manufacturing processes; Engineering materials; Graphical communications; Dimensional control; Engineering project; Workshop skills; Assembly skills; Mechanical engineering principals; Manual milling and turning; Advanced Manufacturing
English, Maths and Physics or a technological subject at National 5; or NC Engineering Practice; or other relevant national qualifications at SCQF Level 5. Interview and aptitude test.
Engineering, Energy and Mathematics