Currently work for SME engineering company that make bespoke bits for the petrochemical area
Under the current climate and to 'better myself' as they say - engage my brain in something new (rather than PS3-TV) i am looking at a mechanical engineering degree part time.
If i make enough tea and drop my trousers work would probably pay the fees also ‘maybe’ day release at a push....
any advice on the actual degree... I’m guessing i could incorporate alot of what i do in work into the course work for projects etc as we are looking into R&D all the time.
What type of course work did you do, im going to do the run of the local colleges next week.
I know part time will be a slog but it will give me something to focus on.
Cheers for any advice.