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Welcome to MITEC School of Boatbuilding, Marine Engineering & Industrial Engineering
Sponsors 2014/2015: Tygavac
If your passion is for the water or boats why not consider a career in the marine industry? The UK is one of the world's leading boatbuilding countries, with market leaders such as Sunseeker and Oyster making significant contributions to UK export figures. MITEC offer a number of City & Guilds vocational courses leading to careers in marine engineering and traditional or composite boatbuilding. However, if it's a career at sea that interests you, MITEC also offer an Extended Diploma in Marine Engineering as an alternative route at level 3.
June 2015 : Congratulations to Amy Phillips (Pembrokeshire Engineering), who has achieved Young Engineer Award by the Federation of Small Businesses (Pembrokeshire Branch). Amy studied Engineering Construction Craft (Plating) in 2013/2014 and is currently an apprentice with Pembrokeshire Engineering.
May 2015 : Congratulations to Mike Boswell (Jenkins & Davies) and Ross Lascelles (Mainport Engineering 1990 Ltd) who have been selected to compete in the SkillWeld UK semi final competition. They will be competing against Gower College and Neath Port Talbot College. Venue and competition dates to be confirmed. Well done and good luck to you both.
April 2015 : Congratulations to Orry Franklin, Calum Ponto and Tom Rees (students on our level 3 Enhanced Engineering course) who have secured apprenticeships with local engineering company, Mustang Marine. This is fantastic news, well done. MITEC would like to say a big thank you to Mustang Marine for their continued support.
March 2015 : Congratulations to Sam Blacklege and Kieran Griffiths on achieving 1st and 4th place respectively at the recent WorldSkills Wales Advanced Welding competition, which took place on 18th March at Deeside College. Well done to you both and to all involved.
March 2015 : Congratulations to Orry Franklin and Dean Norman on achieving 1st and 2nd place respectively at the recent WorldSkills Wales Construction Metalwork competition, which took place on 17th March at Coleg Sir Gar. Well done to you both and to all involved in the competition.
WorldSkills, November 2014 : Two MITEC students Highly Commended. Well done to all involved.
June 2012 : Congratulations to past MITEC students (2008-2010) Paul Reisberg, David Vivian and Hugh Woodroffe who helped build the royal barge 'Gloriana' - the 94ft barge that was presented to Queen Elizabeth II as part of her Diamond Jubilee celebrations. <click here> for more information.
June 2012 : Congratulations to Stefan Doughty, Alice Pluckrose and Robert Krelle who were part of the 12 man crew of the Pembrokeshire Gig 'Cwch John Kerr' (the first boat to be built by MITEC students when it opened in 2000) when it joined historic vessels, steam boats, canoes and tugs in the Royal pageant on its journey up the River Thames on 3rd June 2012.
April 2012 : Congratulations to Craig Wheeler (Ledwood Mechanical Engineering Ltd) and Ian Harrie (Mainport Engineering 1990 Ltd) who competed at the UK finals of SkillWeld 2012 and finished 5th and 7th respectively. Well done to you both and to all involved.
WorldSkills, October 2011 : Many thanks to Irwin who supplied tools for us to use at the event.
Skills Competition Wales, April 2011 : <click here> for more information.
Tenby Lugger : <click here> for more information.
MITEC has a large, well-lit woodworking shop for traditional vessels up to ten metres in length and an advanced composites bay for hand lay-up and resin infusion FRP. The City & Guilds 2463 (Boatbuilding) course is . . .
Our marine engineering workshop is well equipped with engines from 3 kW to 1100 kW, including common rail diesels and modern outboards. We offer the City & Guilds 2463 (Marine Engineering) and the . . .