b'REAL STUDENTS WHO FOUND THEIR DREAM JOBS AFTER STUDYING AERONAUTICAL COURSES AT AYRSHIRE COLLEGERuairi Wallace, HND Aircraft EngineeringRuairiisnowaTechnicalPublicationsEngineer at BAE Systems. He said: Engineering is one of those professionswherecreativityandoriginalthinkingare valued at every part of the job. When youre an engineer, you know youre making peoples lives easier and making the world a better place to live in. In my experience, the ideal engineer has a natural sense of curiosity, a good working memory and a thought pattern that says theres always room for improvement in any scenario of life.Katie Waddell,HND Aeronautical Engineering Katie is now a Graduate Mechanical Engineer with Thales. Shesaid:Agreatengineerenjoyssolvingproblems, is always curious to find out how things work and wantsto make a difference to the world.Ivealwaysbeenfascinatedwithhowthingswork, particularlyhowanaircraftflies.Icontinuedmy studyingatuniversity,whereIgainedafirst-class honours degree in Aircraft Engineering. Now my job involves working on a variety of mechanical activities withinthenavaldepartment,wherenotwodays are the same. I use the skills I learned at Ayrshire College every day in my job.If this sounds like you, then choose MathsIf youre about to go into S5, then the and Science (again, ideally Physics but anyFoundation Apprenticeship in Engineering Science option is good) when it comes tooption would be perfect for you to gain the making your subject choices. Well hopefullyhand skills required and to find out if this see you soon on one of our aeronauticalcareer is right for you.courses at Ayrshire College!41'