Today we have launched a brand new resource section for Born to Engineer.
Born to Engineer initially launched in 2016 as a space to share our Born to Engineer series of films.
Our mission has always been to support the next generation of engineers and as the site has grown we have wanted to provide more detailed careers advice to students looking to make the jump from just being interested in Engineering to becoming a working Engineer.
Our new resources are aimed at informing students, parents and teachers about the opportunities available to them and how they can pick a career pathway that works for them.
Alongside our revamped online resources we have launched three eBooks. These can either be read online or downloaded as a PDF.
These books are –
- University, Vocational Or Apprenticeship
There’s arguably never been a better time be an engineer but there’s no one route into engineering. The question you should ask yourself is which Engineering Path Is Right For Me?
- The Different Types Of Engineering (And Their Career Paths) Explained
Being an engineer doesn’t just encompass one job. In fact, engineering is a large family of careers
- How To Find The Right Engineering Pathway For You
The different pathways into engineering are various – and each pathway is a valuable learning experience in its own way.
Time and again we have been asked these questions at events or online and have struggled to point people at resources that present all the information in one place. We hope these resources will be helpful for the next generation of Engineers as they look to plan their career path.
Alongside side these we have also looked at
- How Open Days Can Help You Choose The Right Engineering Degree
Researching potential degree courses needs to go further than just scrolling through the UCAS course directory.
- A Beginner’s Guide To Finding An Engineering Apprenticeship
An apprenticeship can be a valuable and rewarding route into an engineering career if you’re interested in earning while you learn.
We have more resources in the pipeline and if you have any suggestions or feedback we would love to hear from you.