What is a Alternative Energy Engineer
Getting in and Qualifications
There are a number of options available for people who are interested in becoming Alternative Energy Engineers.
- Civil engineering
- Chemical science
Entry requirements for courses can change. Always contact the college, university or training provider to get the correct information.
You could do a science-related apprenticeship, go to university or gain experience in work.
Alternative Energy Engineers have a background in engineering, so undertaking a related apprenticeship is useful. Build up your knowledge with a Foundation Apprenticeship in Civil Engineering at SCQF level 6.
Find out more about apprenticeships in Scotland.
Studying for a bachelor’s degree in science is a good way to improve your chances of becoming an Alternative Energy Engineer.
You may also choose to study for a Masters or PH.D in chemical science or engineering.