Shell Engineering Scheme 2018-2020
Your engineering future starts here!
Why take this course?
The Shell Engineering Scheme (SES) is a prestigious fast-track course, designed by Shell in conjunction with NESCol to meet the up and coming needs of the energy industry.
Students who are accepted onto the SES will study 5 days a week over 2 academic years at Fraserburgh Campus. Courses include: Performing Engineering Operations Level 2 – Electrical (SCQF Level 5); HND Mechanical Engineering plus Employment Integration Skills. You will also work towards an Institute of Leadership and Management (ILM) qualification.
The content of the course reflects the needs of industry and may be subject to some variation. Students who successfully complete this programme are well placed to enter employment or to progress into university.
Please note that the SES has a unique application process. Applicants must complete the SES application form and send this with a covering letter to Heather Sim, Fraserburgh Campus, Henderson Road, Fraserburgh AB43 9GA.
The closing date for applications is Wednesday 25th April 2018. Applications received after this date will not be processed.
What you will experience
There are a number of reasons this course might be the best choice for you:
- The course is designed by industry for industry and has just 14 places available
- There are 4 work placements at St Fergus gas terminal during the 2 year programme
- You will attend College 5 days a week over 2 academic years
- Full Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) will be provided
- You will receive a training and attendance allowance
- Successful completion can contribute significantly towards a Modern Apprenticeship qualification
Applicants should possess the following: Higher Maths (Grade B or above) and one other Higher in English or a related Technology/Science subject (Grade B or above) OR NC Mechanical Engineering at SCQF Level 6 which must include Technician 2 Maths. Applicants should also have good interpersonal skills and a strong work ethic.
Please note that students will be required to organise their own transport to the work placements.
English language requirements
If English is not your first language, please view the specific English language requirements for this course.
What you need to know
NESCol has excellent formal articulation links with Robert Gordon University (RGU), the University of Aberdeen and many universities around Scotland, as well as the Open University. The College has a unique partnership agreement with RGU called Degree Link which allows students who complete their HN level qualifications on the Shell Engineering Scheme to go straight into year 3 of selected engineering degrees routes.
For more information about job opportunities, salaries and employment rates in this industry, visit the Career Coach website.
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