The Lincolnshire Institute of Technology at Lincoln College aims to develop the talent and skills to drive exciting new age industries and play a role in enabling a dynamic, technology-driven economy. 
We have a range of Level 4, 5 and 6 courses covering three IoT pathways - Automotive Electric/Hybrid, Digital Technologies, Construction and Electrical Engineering. 
A multi-million-pound investment has been made to refurbish our oldest Grade II listed Gibney building to house the IoT. It has been designed to replicate the latest progressive working environments. We have also equipped all of our workshops and classrooms with the latest IT hardware, computing, electrical engineering and automotive engineering equipment. 

Overview of pathways 

LIoT Automotive, Electric/Hybrid 

The IoT Automotive programmes are for students who have a keen interest in advanced automotive maintenance and are looking to progress into Master-Technician status. 
These qualifications have been designed to be practical, engaging and motivating to support learners in gaining the advanced knowledge and skills required by light, heavy vehicle, lift truck and transport refrigeration maintenance employers. 

LIoT Digital Technologies 

The IoT Digital Technologies programmes are ideal for students who wish to enter the computing sector. The digital economy has become an integral part of our country and facilitated the rapid growth of many digital businesses. 
Students on these courses spend a significant time working with industry-standard equipment in our new facility. 
Enjoy gaming? Love technology? Why not consider a career in digital technology? From software development to data analyst to technical support, the opportunities are endless. And there is great earning potential with many starter jobs from £27,000. The digital technology sector needs you! Employers across sectors need digital staff for a variety of roles. Many are struggling to recruit. Be at the forefront of exciting an career path. Find out about level 4 qualifications and apprenticeships in digital technology careers. Want a career in technology? Interested in areas such as cyber security, data analytics, software engineering, computer systems architecture, strategic information systems, fundamentals of AI and intelligent systems, network engineering and project management? Then look no further! Level 4 Digital Technologies qualifications – your next step towards a potentially high earning career. A flexible online programme with local tutor support and delivery. Prepare for your future! Contact or your local provider to find out more - Boston College, Grantham College, Lincoln College, University Campus North Lincolnshire 

LIoT Electrical and Mechanical Engineering 

The IoT Electrical Engineering programmes are aimed to develop engineers with a broad understanding of Electrical Engineering or Control Engineering applied to the current and emerging technologies and issues of the Electrical Power/Sustainable Energy sector, the Production Technology sector and the Control via connected devices sector. 
In all pathways we include current and emerging technologies such as Electrical, Electronic and Control Technologies, Internet of Things, Networking and Supervisor Control. 

IoT Construction and Civil Engineering 

The IoT Construction and Civil Engineering programmes are designed to develop a broad understanding and practical experience in the typical tasks and requirements of engineering and construction management professionals and the underpinning academic knowledge. 
Through both practical and theoretical sessions, students have the opportunity to develop the hands-on skills that are essential for successful employment within the sector.

Case study 

Thomas Hughes, Computer Science 
What course did you study? 
BSc Computer Science 
Why did you choose this course and why Lincoln College?  
I chose this Higher Education Course mainly because I want to pursue a career in cybersecurity, alongside this during my studies at Lincoln College during my time in the Air & Defence program I was told I couldn’t pursue a career in the RAF from medical grounds. I took this quite hard but the encouraging words from the tutors, during my regular studies enabled me to get a much better grasp on my confidence. This then furthered my grades quite exponentially which led me to be recommended for the BCs degree. I had offers from other universities but the staff and the quality of learning I would get by having the smaller group sizes appealed more to me than regular Higher Education Campus. Since I knew all the Tutors beforehand it made the transition from Level 3 to BSc a lot easier to overcome. I think the small class sizes alongside the friendly tutors enable for a very enjoyable learning environment which I believe is the most enjoyable aspect of the course. 
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