Open Evening at the UK’s First College of Advanced Technology – 8th February in Basildon, Essex.

Posted: 3rd of January 2017 by Naomi Bourne

Engineering courses including Robotics, Aviation and Rail, plus Surveying, Air Conditioning, Plumbing, Construction and Building Services. Studying at PROCAT, the leading College of Advanced Technology in the UK, will give you the best possible start to a bright future in industry.

PROCAT has a very special ethos. We have created a real working environment equipped with the latest in advanced workplace technology to help you gain the skills and knowledge you need to qualify as a technical professional. Our instructors are industry professionals and we harness the latest in digital technology to help you learn in the college and in the workplace too.

PROCAT has unique partnerships with leading global, national, regional and local employers in the engineering, aviation, automotive, rail and construction sectors. Our performance in securing long term employment and advanced apprenticeships for our students is impressive with 96% of our graduates gaining employment with their employer sponsor. You could not have a better start to your career than a PROCAT course or advanced apprenticeship.

Earn up to £18,500 a year in your first year as an apprentice. Work on iconic buildings such as the Shard. There is no limit to the difference you can make!

Join us on our open evening from 4 – 8pm on Wednesday 8th February where you will have the chance to meet our staff, tour our incredible facilities (that have just had over £2million of investment) and meet some leading employers who take on apprentices from the PROCAT. To register or to book a tour, visit www.procat.ac.uk/events or call 0800 389 3589 for more information.

Please note, if you would like to study one of the following courses, our Canvey Island Campus will also be open from 4pm – 8pm, Meppel Avenue, SS8 9RZ.

Building Services
Carpentry & Joinery
Construction Maintenance Operations

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