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The Engineering Issue | 2016

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Appetite for confection What is food engineering?

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CONTENTS

8 Engineering solutions

Interesting career options for budding engineers.

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ENGINEERING ISSUE 11 What is food engineering?

12 Careers in construction

Find out how your food gets from the farm to your plate.

Take a look at twelve construction careers you could opt for.

5 Contributors

Meet our talented student writers and find out how you can become a contributor to Moving On too!

15 Drawing on experience

7 Essential engineering

A Moving On reader tells us about her work experience as a CAD engineer..

Routes into a career in construction engineering.

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CONTRIBUTORS

Student writ ers

Louis Ashworth

Lucy Bartlett

Eddie Brown

English University of Cambridge

BA (Hons) Photography Coventry University

“I tackled a number of different tasks at Moving On, including researching and writing articles and assisting other writers. It was a fascinating insight into the production and editing process of a magazine.”

“I thoroughly enjoyed writing for Moving On and expressing my passion for photography. Thank you Moving On!”

BSc Ergonomics and Human Factors Loughborough University

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“It was great to be interviewed for Moving On and to tell the readers about my positive experience as an intern.”

Amy Corcoran

Saskia Godley

Animal Management Level 3 Diploma Moreton Morrell College

GCSEs Saint Martin’s Catholic Academy

“It was an amazing opportunity to be able to speak to the zoo keepers and write for the magazine.”

Most of the articles you read in Moving On are written by young people like you, from schools and sixth form colleges all around the country. We’re always on the look-out for new contributors – where better to showcase your writing talent than here on the pages of Moving On?

“Writing a magazine article was a daunting prospect but it was great to be able to share my positive experience and pass on useful career information to students just like me.”

You’ll also be able to say on your CV and in your Personal Statement, that your work has been published in a national magazine and read by loads of people. So come on, student contributors, what are you waiting for? Contact us today!

Interested? Simply email your CV and two examples of your written work to: editor@walpolepublishing.co.uk Impress us enough and it could be your name next to your article, printed for all to see in this very magazine – fame at last!

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Kate Newton, Editor.

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Saturday Mornings

Wednesday Afternoons

31 January 2015

14 January 2015

28 February 2015

11 February 2015

21 March 2015

11 March 2015

16 May 2015

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CONSTRUCTION AND ENGINEERING

ESSENTIAL

If you’re thinking about a career in construction engineering there are plenty of ways to go about it, including academic, vocational and apprenticeship routes. ivil engineering lies at the heart of just about everything that we do – from accessing clean, running water to getting about on our road and rail systems. It‘s a multi-billion pound industry which employs 1,500 people a year and there will always be a need for civil engineers as long as we drive on the roads, need bridges, subways and tunnels and to design and maintain the buildings we live and work in as well as the water and energy systems which supply them. Construction and civil engineering projects are not limited to the UK and you could get the opportunity to work abroad. For a job or career in civil engineering, starting at GCSE level, you will need to have good maths, science and IT skills and a keen eye for form and structure – civil engineers are responsible for planning and designing our built environment as well as constructing and maintaining it. If you choose the academic route you’ll need to take maths and physics A-levels as your core subjects. After this, you could study for a degree in construction, civil engineering or quantity surveying. If you are considering going to university to study one of those subjects, you should go to individual university websites to check out their own particular entry requirements for each area of study. If you don’t want to do A-levels, the alternative option is to study for an equivalent, vocational qualification, such as a BTEC Level 3 Diploma in Construction or Engineering. You could study this

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as a stand-alone, full time college course, after which you could progress to a Higher National Certificate (HNC), Higher National Diploma (HND) or a Foundation Degree in construction or engineering. There is a wealth of apprenticeships available in both construction and engineering, at intermediate level 2 up to higher levels 4, 5 and 6. The apprenticeship route combines work-based learning with a national qualification. As an intermediate level apprentice, you could work as a construction operative, laying drainage pipes and pavements or excavating foundations. As a highway maintenance operative, you’d be repairing road surfaces, laying street iron works and kerbs or installing vehicle safety fencing. On an advanced level apprenticeship you could work as a plant mechanic, performing maintenance and repairs on cranes, trucks and other machinery. You could also decide to specialise in hydraulics or electrical components if you wanted to. Higher apprenticeships are also available, which allow access to roles such as site engineer, construction manager, civil engineer technician and quantity surveyor. i Regardless of the route you choose, getting work experience will always help support your application. You could approach employers directly to try to find work experience or you could check out the Year in Industry website – an educational charity which places students with employers to gain experience.

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“IT‘S A MULTIBILLION POUND INDUSTRY WHICH EMPLOYS 1,500 PEOPLE A YEAR”

For more information go to: www.ice.org.uk/ Education www.etrust.org.uk/ the-year-in-industry/

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ENGINEERING

ENGINE THERE ARE MANY CAREER OPPORTUNITIES AND SPECIALISMS TO CHOOSE FROM IN ENGINEERING. TAKE A LOOK AT A FEW LESSER KNOWN BUT FASCINATING AREAS OF YOU COULD CHOOSE FROM.

AEROSPACE

Nuclear

Acoustics

Aerospace engineers research, design, develop and test aircraft, missiles, weapons systems, satellites and space vehicles as well as components and related instruments. They consider things such as performance, safety and efficiency. Aerospace engineers can work in research and development or production and maintenance and there are several areas that aerospace engineers can specialise in, such as propulsion, aerodynamics or avionics, which involves developing navigation or communications systems.

Nuclear engineers work in the field of producing energy for business and domestic use. Nuclear engineers design and build plants and equipment, such as reactor cores as well as working on decommissioning. They monitor radiation levels as well as safety and legislation compliance. Nuclear engineers might also use their knowledge and skills to see how nuclear technology can be applied to medicine or defence/weapons systems.

Acoustics engineering is all about sound and vibrations. Acoustic engineers work in a variety of fields, including: construction, product design, medical equipment design, broadcasting and sound recording and even underwater. Acoustic engineers research and work on the design and development of all sorts of things, from washing machines and cars to buildings including music venues and they are concerned with the sound quality and noise levels of these products and structures.

JOB PROSPECTS

JOB PROSPECTS

Good – There is a skills shortage in the UK

Good – Developments in nuclear power generation are driving demand

Good – Partly because acoustic engineers work on so many projects

STARTING SALARY

STARTING SALARY

STARTING SALARY

£20 – 26,000 pa

£20 – 25,000 pa

£18 – 25,000 pa

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SOLUTIONS INFO ed to There are predict jobs in be 2.56 million anies engineering comp d 2022 in an w no n ee tw be ich are the UK, half of wh ed by fill be to forecasted females.

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Sometimes known as clinical engineers, biomedical engineers work in hospitals, research facilities and medical equipment manufacturers. They apply engineering principles to healthcare, researching, designing and developing medical products. Biomedical engineers might be involved in the development of joint replacements, artificial limbs, robotic medical equipment or other assistive technologies.

Food engineering is all about providing solutions to food design, manufacturing and supply. It combines food science with engineering disciplines. Food engineering covers a variety of areas including mechanical engineering, manufacturing systems, process control, energy efficiency and food safety. Working from research and design through to packaging and transportation, food engineers apply the mechanical engineering study of structures, systems performance, and how fluids behave to safely and efficiently produce food and drink.

JOB PROSPECTS Good – Job openings are driven by technological advancement

STARTING SALARY A trainee clinical engineer earns on average £25,000 pa

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JOB PROSPECTS Good – It’s the UK’s largest manufacturing sector

STARTING SALARY £20,000 pa

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ENGINEERING DISCIPLINES • • • • • • • • • • • • • •

Acoustics Aerospace Agriculture Automotive Biomedical Broadcast Chemical Civil Composite Construction Forklift truck Design Electrical Electronics

• Heating and Ventilation • Lift • Marine • Mechanical • Motorsport • Nuclear • Power • Quarry • Rail • Refrigeration and air conditioning • Structural • Studio sound

The Engineering UK website has loads of useful info on careers in engineering – check it out by going to: www.engineeringuk.com

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What training can

WATA offer me? WATA offer a wide range of Apprenticeships and Traineeships in the following areas • • • • •

Electrical Engineering Welding & Fabrication Scaffolding Business & Administration Team Leading

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Mechanical Engineering Construction Highway Operations & Maintenance Customer Services

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You can apply for our ‘Introductory Courses’ these are available to those not in employment, education or training and are unsure which area to specialise in.

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FOOD ENGINEERING

What is food engineering? BY DAVID LOVE, SENIOR LECTURER, LEEDS BECKETT UNIVERSITY

Automation and embedded systems laboratories © Leeds Beckett University

Food engineering is a great career to get into – food shortages around the world have left the food industry crying out for talented engineers who have a scientific outlook. At Leeds Beckett University we are offering one of the first courses of its kind in the UK and we’ll teach you how to facilitate, engineer and plan the development of food all the way from farm to plate as the industry looks at meeting increased demand.

t one time ‘harvest time’ used to mark a pause between the plenty of Summer and the long, hard road through Winter. Today we expect food not in “due season”, but in plenty at any time and at the right price. The last sixty years have seen food engineers working alongside agronomists, chemical engineers, biologists and many others to radically increase the intensity of modern farms. Food engineers working with transport and logistics specialists have found new ways of harvesting, storing and transport food. Where once only the exotic came from distant lands, now even the peas in a local supermarket can be grown in Kenya, chilled, packed and shipped to arrive fresh just days later. Changes in taste and society demand a greater variety of food, more convenience in product and packaging: and above all a lower cost. So food engineers have worked with production and control engineers, food technologist and others to automate production, packaging, and even the delivery of food to the customer. In contrast, in many Western countries, people are increasingly questioning both the pace and the direction of the progress of the last 60 years. Many Western consumers are deliberately seeking more local and seasonal food. Farmers’ markets and the growing

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industry of food artisans speak of a desire to return to a simpler, more human relationship with the food we grow, eat and throw away. So food engineers today face two challenges: one to spread the successes of the last 60 years to feed a global, richer and more urban society. The other to reduce the cost and impact of that global food chain. Meeting both challenges requires a new generation of

food engineers, who we train at Leeds Beckett University. We can also draw on the unique expertise of our university’s Retail Institute, the UK’s only research group dedicated to the retail sector. We can never return to what once was; we simply cannot afford to. But we can learn new skills and develop new industries around food engineering to ensure that we bring future harvests home.

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“WHERE ONCE ONLY THE EXOTIC CAME FROM DISTANT LANDS, NOW EVEN THE PEAS IN A LOCAL SUPERMARKET CAN BE GROWN IN KENYA...” For more information on the BSc (Hons) Food Engineering at Leeds Beckett University visit http://courses. leedsbeckett.ac.uk/ foodengineering

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CONSTRUCTION

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CRANE OPERATOR Crane operators use a variety of cranes such as tower, overhead or mobile to lift, move, position and place materials, machinery or products.

BUILDING SERVICES ENGINEER The building services manager designs, installs and maintains services. The acoustics of a structure are important, as are health and safety features and heating, lighting and power.

ELECTRICIAN Electricians are responsible for the installation, testing, maintenance and repair of things such as lighting, sockets, alarms, electrical equipment and appliances.

CARPENTER Carpenters do all sorts of things, from building frameworks to pour concrete, helping to construct buildings and building cabinets.

CIVIL ENGINEER Civil engineers research, design, direct construction and manage the operation and maintenance of civil engineering structures. There are two types of civil engineer, consulting and contracting.

ARCHITECT Architects plan and design the construction and development of new buildings and land areas and also design extensions and repairs to existing buildings.

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HOW MANY PEOPLE ARE INVOLVED IN THE P BLOCK OR A HOSPITAL? FROM START TO FIN LOTS OF ROLES – HE

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RUCTION

ROOFER Working either on flat or pitched (sloped) roofs, roofers fit felt sheets or tile roofs. Roofers measure and cut materials for use and also seal roof joints.

STEEL ERECTOR Got a head for heights? Steel erectors install and dismantle structural steel frames, fix metal decking and girders and bolt and weld steel into place.

PLUMBER Plumbing covers the maintenance and installation of plumbing systems and components as well as servicing and fixing appliances and systems.

STRUCTURAL ENGINEER Working on anything from houses to space satellites, structural engineers choose the right materials, inspect and advise on structures.

BRICKLAYER Bricklayers build and repair, amongst other things, walls. Bricklaying involves measuring, setting out, mixing mortar, shaping and trimming bricks for use, laying bricks and checking levels.

QUANTITY SURVEYOR

PROCESS OF BUILDING A HOUSE, AN OFFICE NISH, A CONSTRUCTION PROJECT PROVIDES ERE ARE JUST A FEW.

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The quantity surveyor is responsible for preparing contracts and cost analysis/feasibility documentation. They identify and advise on commercial risks and value management and provide guidance on taxation and health and safety requirements.

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chocolate bar?

Did you know that one bubbly chocolate bar can have more than 20,000 tiny air bubbles inside? Incredible really, and it is all down to engineering to get them all the perfect size. Just some of the many fantastic brands supporting the courses include the makers of Aunt Bessie’s Yorkshire puddings, Cadbury’s Dairy Milk, Lurpak butter and McCain oven chips.

If this sounds intriguing and you love maths and science, then the Bachelors (BEng) and Masters (MEng) Food Engineering degrees at Sheffield Hallam University could be for you. With the BEng and MEng Food Engineering degrees, you could well be on your way to a

fantastic career with one of the UK’s bestloved food and drink brands. These exciting courses have been designed together with top engineers at some of the UK’s most well-known food and drink companies.

Students on the courses will get: 1. A Food and Drink Federation 3. The opportunity to apply for 6. The opportunity to meet and network with industry bursary of £2,500 if jobs exclusively on offer to experts throughout the they start the courses in course graduates (subject course, in the form of guest September 2016 and 2017 to final grades, references lectures, events and an and employer recruitment 2. The chance to work with industry mentor scheme processes) some of the UK’s, and the 4. Guaranteed, competitively- 7. Expertise in mechanical world’s, greatest food and engineering, process paid work placements whilst drink companies including: systems design and you study - the equivalent Arla Foods, Mondelez much more - gaining the of up to £17,000 pro-rata International, KP Snacks, industry’s most soughtMars , Burton’s Biscuit 5. Access to the UK’s after skills Company, Nestlé UK, first national Centre of PepsiCo UK, Tate & Lyle Excellence for Food and Sugars and many more Drink Engineering, providing exposure to cutting-edge For the full list go to technology and the latest www.foodengineer.co.uk developments

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WORK EXPERIENCE

DRAWING ON EXPERIENCE Doing a week of work experience as a CAD engineer really helped me focus on what I’d like to do in the future by making good use of my interest in art and engineering and by teaching me some great new skills in a short space of time. BY SASKIA GODLEY I thought long and hard about what type of work experience I wanted to do. I had just one week, so I wanted to gain as much experience as possible in those few days. “I am very interested in both art and engineering and I wanted to find a role which combined these. I also wanted to experience something interesting which would test my skills and force me to learn new things. “I decided that I would like to be a junior CAD engineer at Optilan, a telecommunications systems integration company based in Coventry which provides ‘turnkey’ communication systems. During my week with Optilan, my IT skills were certainly tested - from learning CAD software basics, to drawing my own 3D documents! “I wanted a role which was fun but which also drew on my strengths. Working for a teamfocused organisation like Optilan showed me how important it is that everyone works together. “One team would think up the initial idea and then another team would sketch out an initial

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design. Then the CAD team produced the design accurately, with each line and degree being measured precisely. The drawing was then sent to the workshop team, where they built, wired and tested the equipment. If the customer is not happy, the teams must redesign and rebuild, so getting it wrong is costly! “My work experience helped me to decide what type of engineering I would like to do as a career - and it involves art, which is one of my other interests. I was introduced to all aspects of the job and I met a lot of new people who seemed to thoroughly enjoy their work. “I learned how the CAD drawn solutions are engineered by the wiring team, and also about the basic design scenarios done by the engineers. I also got lots of support from the CAD team who walked me through the projects step-by-step and ensured that I was confident before letting me work on the designs myself. “I plan to take my CAD interests further, perhaps through doing an apprenticeship and then go on to work full time as a CAD engineer.” ■

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“MY WORK EXPERIENCE HELPED ME TO DECIDE ON WHAT TYPE OF ENGINEERING I WOULD LIKE TO DO AS A CAREER.” Turnkey is a product or service that is designed, built, supplied or installed and is ready to operate.

To find out more about Optilan visit: www.optilan.com

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