Wirral Met College is proud to encourage diversity in the Construction, Engineering, and Automotive industry.

There isn't a career linked to a gender - make sure you explore all of your options

Meet Lily, one of our Electrical apprentices. Lily started her Level 2 Electrical course at Wirral Met in September, and has since secured an apprenticeship at VR Electrical as a direct result of work experience undertaken with the company on her course. Find out more about her motivation for moving into this field.

Feeling inspired? Explore our courses in Construction, Engineering, and Automotive. 

Join us at our Open Day in March: Construction at our Wirral Waters CampusEngineering and Automotive at our Twelve Quays Campus.

Are you a school looking to support your students explore different pathways?

Wirral Met offer school visits for female and BAME students to Construction, Automotive, and Engineering departments with the intention of challenging perceptions, breaking the bias, and increasing diversity.

The sessions are delivered as a part of a local programme supported by the Liverpool City Region, to boost skills and diversity across our region and aimed at Year 10 girls and BAME students, who are undecided about their future career pathway as well as those with little or no awareness of these amazing career options.

These sessions are offered free of charge and for a limited time we are also providing transport to local schools. If these sessions would be of interest or you would like any further information then please do get in touch.


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