Engineers help create milk cartons, aeroplanes, wind turbines - even the device you're using to read this page. They find new, better ways to solve problems.
Sounds interesting? A Foundation Apprenticeship (FA) in Engineering could be your first step into this exciting industry.
An FA Engineering helps you discover what a career in engineering would be like, and if it's right for you – while you're still at school. You’ll try different engineering roles, shadow experienced engineers, or do a special project. You'll build the practical skills and experience you need to do the job well.
You'll be assessed throughout your FA Engineering. At the end, you'll achieve a Foundation Apprenticeship (Group Award) at SCQF Level 6, which includes:
With a FA Engineering you could:
Pick your area to see which courses are available. The Foundation Apprenticeship programme is still expanding, so what you can do depends on your school.