What is a Remanufacturing Engineer
Getting in and Qualifications
If you are planning on becoming a Remanufacturing Engineer, there are different options to choose from.
- Civil engineering
- Mechanical engineering
Entry requirements for courses can change. Always contact the college, university or training provider to make sure you have the right information.
You could do an apprenticeship, study for a degree at university or gain work experience.
Remanufacturing Engineers have engineering knowledge, so it is worth undertaking a foundation apprenticeship in a related subject, such as Engineering.
A relevant Engineering Modern Apprenticeship could be a useful credential to have. A Business and Administration Apprenticeship is another option to consider because it will help you build up your commercial awareness.
Another option is to do Graduate Apprenticeship in Engineering: Design and Manufacturing.
Find out more about apprenticeships in Scotland.
Studying for a bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering at university is a good way to improve your skills.
Gain a better understanding of the industry by working as an intern at organisations like the Scottish Institute for Remanufacture.