Ford-Control 2K Saturday Club - Applications Closed Currently 

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The Saturday Club is aimed at students (boys and girls!) who are interested to find out more about a career in engineering.

The course is not intended to support a particular aspect of the school curriculum but students who complete the programme can qualify for the CREST Bronze or Silver Awards. Successful applicants will follow a 12 week programme during which they will rotate through four modules studying Electrical, Mechanical, Pneumatics and Control Engineering.
Based at the Waterton Technology Centre in Bridgend, the programme offers a unique opportunity for students to develop valuable skills working alongside professional engineers in a £4m purpose-built training facility.
Students who might be interested in pursuing a career in either electrical or mechanical engineering at any level, either vocational or academic, should be encouraged to apply.
Applications are invited from students in Years 10, 11 & 12. However, please note there are places for only 32 students on the programme. Application forms should therefore be returned very promptly. Applications can be submitted online by clicking the link above called APPLY NOW

Mrs Denise Bowen, Control 2K Ltd, Waterton Technology Centre,
Waterton Industrial Estate, Bridgend. CF31 3WT
Telephone 01656 646404 (Fridays) but better still:
Email: for a prompt reply.



    • The next Saturday Club will published soon. More details are available on the Facebook page and feel free to interact (link above or below).
    • The Club runs from 9:00 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. on each of the 12 Saturdays with time off for half term.
    • Applicants must complete an application form and will be required to attend a short informal interview and briefing at a date to be notified.
    • Although the Saturday Club itself is free of charge, students will be expected to make their own transport arrangements to get to the Waterton Training Centre, Bridgend each Saturday and will be required to demonstrate their commitment by regular attendance and bring money for the morning break.
    • Parental consent will of course be required but all activities have been risk-assessed in accordance with current Health and Safety regulations.
    • All students will be provided with appropriate protective clothing free-of-charge.