BTEC L3 Manufacturing Engineering (with motorsports) - vocational route to university

Kindly take the time to complete this very short questionnaire. It shouldn't take you more than five minutes to complete, but your input is crucial to it’s success, highly valued and much appreciated.

The purpose of this questionnaire is to see if there is a genuine interest from young people wanting to pursue one of the many interesting and rewarding professional engineering careers available including; motorsports, product design, electrical, mechanical, electronic, welding, aerospace, chemical, environmental, robotics engineering etc.

This qualification is the equivalent to 3 A levels and the subjects studied over the two years could include;

Engineering Principles

Delivery of Engineering Processes Safely as a Team

Engineering Product Design and Manufacture

Applied Commercial and Quality Principles in Engineering

A Specialist Engineering Project

Microcontroller Systems for Engineers

Calculus to Solve Engineering Problems 

Further Engineering Mathematics

Work Experience in the Engineering Sector

Computer Aided Design in Engineering

Welding Technology

Electrical Installation of Hardware and Cables

Electrical Power Distribution and Transmission

Mechanical Behaviour of Metallic Materials

Static Mechanical Principles in Practice

Dynamic Mechanical Principles in Practice

Principles and Applications of Fluid Mechanics

Programmable Logic Controllers

Computer Networks

Manufacturing Secondary Machining Processes

Manufacturing Primary Forming Processes

Manufacturing Computer Numerical Control Machining

Fabrication Manufacturing Processes
Please answer the following questions.

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* 1. Which school year are you in?

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* 2. Are you male or female?

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* 3. Do you see yourself going on to study a degree at university? (This question relates to any subject, not just engineering)

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* 4. Which of the following, best describes the image of a “professional engineer” to you?

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* 5. The term STEM subjects stands for Science Technology Engineering and Mathematics. Have you ever heard of this term before?