How do I become a conservation specialist?
Route 1: Apprenticeships
You can apply to Curtins for an Apprenticeship which will offer you practical, work-based learning, recognised qualifications and a weekly training wage from the age of 16.
Route 2: University Degree
Engineering degrees normally require an A-level or equivalent in maths, combined with other subjects depending on the discipline:
- Maths + Physics / Chemistry / Geography / Economics.
- Design & Technology and Computer Science are also useful.
You’ll also need five GCSEs grade C/4 or above including maths, English and science.