Fareham College is a further education college situated in Fareham in Hampshire, England.
The College was formed in 1984 as a merger between an earlier technical college (Fareham Technical College) on the same site and the sixth-form college at the historic Price’s School, a boys’ grammar school on Park Lane in 1984, and became the sole state provider of tertiary education in Fareham.
The college offers unique Higher Education opportunities in Engineering, allowing students to gain new skills and support their careers or study to start a new one. All engineering courses are delivered at Fareham’s CEMAST campus; a £12million purpose-built facility equipped with the latest technology, workshops and industry standard resources.
CEMAST is the central training facility for over 900 Full Time and Part Time Students, and acts as the main learning centre for students in apprenticeship programmes with Fareham’s partner companies. The CEMAST curriculum has been created in partnership with local industry leaders to ensure that students gain the most relevant and up to date industry knowledge.
Level 4 Higher National Certificate in Aerospace Engineering – Awarded by the University of Portsmouth
Level 4 Higher National Certificate in Mechanical Engineering – Awarded by the University of Portsmouth
Level 4 Higher National Certificate in Automotive / Motorsport Engineering – Awarded by the University of Portsmouth
Level 5 Higher National Diploma in General Engineering – Awarded by the University of Portsmouth
During all courses students will be taught at the state-of-the-art CEMAST campus and receive access to facilities such as a design suite, CAD/CAM, 3D Printing and Functional Aircraft. During each course users will develop the practical skills alongside the analytical skills and knowledge required for Higher Education. CEMAST has been developed alongside employers providing opportunities for students to work on projects with industry representatives or other employers, to ensure that the skills users develop make them the most employable.
All courses are ideal for students wanting to progress into aerospace technology management or gain professional recognition, by progressing to Incorporated Engineer Status. Users must have the ability to self-motivate and a willingness to learn new skills and techniques.
Students can progress on to a Higher National Diploma (HND) to demonstrate further knowledge and competence in the workplace. The qualification gained from the various courses will also give many students the opportunity to enrol on a suitable engineering degree at university.
CEMAST Concourse – the spacious and naturally-lit concourse at CEMAST is the perfect location for exhibitions and other similar events.
CEMAST & BRC Classrooms – varying sized classrooms is a great alternative option for meetings or seminars.
CEMAST Conference Room – the flexible conference facilities can accommodate anywhere from 18-80 delegates and offer the perfect location for lectures, meetings and seminars.