We support our educational programme through sponsoring Teesside student subscriptions attending relevant courses at Teesside University and Technical Colleges in the area.
As a member of the Cleveland Scientific Institution, we support school pupils in educational activities, jointly with other Professional Institutes/Institutions on the Tees Valley area. Through this organisation, and independently, we sponsored the Bring It On North East Exhibition for Future Engineers at Sunderland Stadium of Light, attended by around 2400 pupils and 50 companies.
Best Final Year Student Studying Instrumentation & Control at Redcar and Clevelend College.
The Institute of Measurement and Control (Teesside Section) make an award each year to the highest achieving 2nd year HNC Instrumentation and Control student
Best Student Award for Academic Achievement Studying Instrumentation and Control at Redcar and Clevelend College
This year the candidate is Michael Wallis
Michael has achieved 7 Distinctions and 1 Merit out of the 8 modules he has studied at Redcar and Cleveland College whilst studying for his HNC
With these distinguished grades Michael will be awarded a HNC with overall Distinction from Teesside University
Michael currently works for Wood (formally AMEC Foster Wheeler) on the SABIC UK Petrochemicals site as a instrument maintenance technician.
His hobby’s are walking over the moors with his four dogs and motor-sport, taking part in track days.
Hartlepool College – Celebration of Achievement 2017
The winner this year of the Teesside Instrument Engineers’ Best Student Award is Mr Tom Price. Tom’s application throughout his two years of studying HNC Instrumentation and Control Engineering at the College has been excellent. He’s successfully balanced working as a service engineer at Metso UK Limited in Seaham with his college work to achieve Distinctions in seven modules. The lecturing team at the College commend Tom on his application and motivation in lectures and the quality of assessment work he submitted. Of particular note is his engineering project where he was keen to apply his knowledge of instrumentation to solve a real engineering problem - development of a valve seat removal tool, which is now being used to reduce valve service time and so save time and money for Metso and its customers. Tom is pictured receiving his award from Mr David Otterson representing Teesside Instrument Engineers.