Electronics engineer

From your phone to equipment used in surgery, electronics systems are at the heart of most of the technology we rely on. Electronics engineers design these systems, test them and find ways to make them work harder for us. Electronics engineers tend to work on smaller circuits, while electrical engineers tend to work on large scale systems that run on electricity, such as rail networks.

Average starting salary
£43,490

Available Courses

Diploma

Plumbing

Level 2

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Diploma

Plumbing

Level 3

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Diploma

Electrical Installations (Buildings and Structures)

Level 3

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