On-demand webinar: Upskill your workforce with the Electro-mechanical Engineer Degree Apprenticeship 

Watch our on-demand webinar to discover how our new Electro-mechanical Engineer Degree Apprenticeship can help you or your team to develop degree-level skills in electro-mechanical engineering.



The Level 6 Electro-mechanical Engineer Degree Apprenticeship combines the best of research-led education with the world of work. It gives apprentices the opportunity to inform their academic studies with real-world experience, producing work-ready, experienced graduates.

What you will learn:

  • Programme entry requirements and eligibility
  • How to access funding
  • Course content and structure
  • How to factor off-the-job learning into the working week
  • Recruitment and support
  • Your questions answered by our Programme Director and employer engagement team

Who is the webinar for?

This webinar is designed for businesses who would like to learn more about developing degree-level electro-mechanical engineering expertise within your organisations via a degree apprenticeship. This may be upskilling existing staff or using the programme to attract new talent to your organisation.

Employees currently working in roles that would allow them to develop the skills, knowledge and behaviours of an Electro-mechanical Engineer are also welcome to register.

About our speakers

Dr Rowland Travis

Dr Rowland Travis joined the University of Nottingham as an academic in the Department of Mechanical, Materials and Manufacturing Engineering in 2019, taking on the role of Director of Postgraduate Experience.

From 2005 to 2019 Dr Travis worked in Rolls-Royce plc within their Fuel Cell Systems group, initially leading the Design Analysis team before having roles as Fuel Cell Stack & Vessel Workpackage Owner and latterly as the Head of Business and Programme Management responsible for a team of ~30 and annual budget of £5M. Dr Travis was also Programme Manager and Risk Coordinator for the global business LG Fuel Cell Systems owned jointly by Rolls-Royce and LG.

Professor Adam Clare

Professor Adam Clare joined the University of Nottingham as a Lecturer in 2010 and since then has undertaken Fellowships at the University of Tokyo, Rolls-Royce and the High Value Catapults (AMRC/MTC). Adam leads a team of 20 researchers and PhD students who are addressing a range of research challenges. To date they have produced over 100 peer reviewed technical papers, numerous patents and regularly work at international conferences.

Alongside his research, Adam is the Director of and Scientific Advisor to Texture Jet Ltd (a University spin out company), the Vice President of the Association of Industrial Laser Users and an Associate Member of the International Academy for Production Engineering (CIRP). He also holds Editorial roles with the Journal of Materials Processing Technology (subject editor), Precision Engineering (associate editor), Manufacturing Letters (Editorial board) and International Journal of Machine Tools and Manufacture (reviewing committee).

Adam’s research focuses on the use of non-traditional manufacturing methods to arrive at net shape while inducing favorable material properties and generating new surfaces on engineering components. He is particularly interested in developing new manufacturing methods and materials for use in the high value manufacturing sectors including aerospace and biomedical engineering.