Electronic Engineering News

22
Nov
GCS students take Gold, Silver and Bronze at WorldSkills!

GCS students take Gold, Silver and Bronze at WorldSkills!

Gower College Swansea students performed exceptionally well at the recent WorldSkills UK LIVE National Finals at Birmingham’s NEC.

Electronic Engineering student Jamie Skyrme took home a Gold Medal in the Industrial Electronics category after undertaking a challenging set of competition tasks including fault finding, electronic design, programming and prototyping.

24
Sep
Electronic Engineering students head to skills competiton

Electronic Engineering students head to skills competiton

The UK’s top apprentices and learners will be going for gold at the WorldSkills UK LIVE National Finals on 15-17 November.

Among them will be two Electronic Engineering students from Gower College Swansea - Matthew Belton and Jamie Skyrme.

27
Nov
GCS apprentice has Russia in his sights

GCS apprentice has Russia in his sights

An apprentice from Gower College Swansea has become the first Welsh student to make the Worldskills UK Squad in the sector of Industrial Electronics.

James Williams, who works at Haven Automation in Fforestfach, will now undergo two years of intensive specialist training which could take him all the way to the Worldskills World Finals in Kazan, Russia, in 2019.

06
Jun
Stepping up to STEM

Stepping up to STEM

For the past six weeks, pupils from local schools have attended a Saturday Club at Gower College Swansea which aims to develop their skills and enthusiasm for engineering. 

The Saturday Club allows pupils to access the expertise of the teaching staff, the industry-specific equipment and on-site facilities of the Tycoch campus.

06
Apr
Skills Competition success for electronics student

Skills Competition success for electronics student

A 22 year-old from Gower College Swansea has won a Gold medal in the electronics final of a national skills competition.

Backed by the Welsh Government through the European Social Fund, Skills Competition Wales is a series of events held in colleges across the country, designed to celebrate vocational skills and create highly skilled, award winning employees for the Welsh workforce.

09
Mar

College / industry collaboration leads to apprenticeship opportunities

Gower College Swansea has developed an exciting collaboration with industrial electronics specialists Kontroltek, who are based in Bridgend, after both organisations saw a potential opportunity to move students seamlessly from the college environment into successful, motivating apprenticeships.

30
Nov

Big Bang Fair beckons for Digi Tech team

Digital Technology students did Gower College Swansea proud at the recent Worldskills National Finals at the Birmingham NEC.

The students, alongside lecturers Steve Williams and Clive Monks and Learning Support Assistant Teresa Jayathilaka, spent an intense five days preparing for, and participating, in the show.

03
Oct

Encouraging young people into electronics

Gower College Swansea is encouraging the next generation of talent into the consumer electronics industry.

13
Jul
Apprentice scoops tech award

Apprentice scoops tech award

An apprentice from electronic manufacturing company Trojan has won the Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET) Local Network Prize for outstanding achievements in the sector.

11
Jul

Winning students confirmed for Birmingham Big Bang

A team of Digital Technology students from Gower College Swansea has been selected to represent Wales in the final of the Big Bang UK Young Scientists and Engineers Competition.

This follows their exceptional performance at the Engineering Education Scheme Wales (EESW) finals, where they took the top prize in the 'Best College in Wales' category.

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