The College is proud to be part of the NEIoT which focuses on advanced manufacturing and engineering, construction and digital.
East Durham College will provide enhanced training in construction and advanced manufacturing alongside our programmes to develop the higher level technical skills employers need. We will provide industry-standard training facilities and expert training in electric and hybrid vehicles, mechatronics, pneumatics and robotics, as well as the digital skills required for precise food production within agriculture.
What is an Institute of Technology?
An Institute of Technology (IoT) is a collaboration between further education (FE) providers, universities and employers.
As an IoT, East Durham College will specialise in delivering higher technical education (at Level 4 and 5) with a focus on STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) subjects, such as engineering, digital and construction.
The College will provide students with a clear route to technical employment, and employers with a skilled workforce.
North East Institute of Technology Website
For more details on the NEIoT, please check out our website at www.neiot.ac.uk
Approved IoT courses offered at EDC
We also offer a selection of apprenticeship programmes under the North East Institute of Technology, visit our apprenticeship section of the website for more information.
Studying at North East Institute of Technology
As a student at the North East Institute of Technology you will benefits in many ways:
- Close links with employers, creating recruitment opportunities in the STEM sector
- Better career prospects and earning potential
- Programmes designed and delivered in partnership with employers and university
- Learn the specialist skills needed by employers in your region now and in the future
- Learn from lecturers with extensive industry experience for relevant and applicable knowledge and skills in the workplace
- Flexible full time and part time course options to suit your work and life commitments
- Affordable courses to help you achieve the qualifications you are aiming for
- A portfolio of courses delivered at different sites around the North East for ease of travel to your place of study
Who we are working with as part of the NEIoT
The North East Institute of Technology is being provided by a group of partner colleges in the North East:
East Durham College
NA College Trust
New College Durham
Tyne Coast College
Our lead employer partners are:
The NEIoT is also being supported by partner local businesses including:
Stanley Black and Decker
Sunderland Software City
Northern Power Grid
Apply for a course
The North East Institute of Technology offers a great opportunity to progress to university level programmes, including higher apprenticeships; it is a natural progression route from our T Level programmes.