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      • Agriculture

        Agriculture, also known as farming, is the industry of cultivating animals, plants and other things to be used to meet requirements for food and living.
      • Aircraft and space vehicle engineering

        The aerospace and space industries are heavily regulated and complex. Strict quality and safety measures must be met to meet employee, consumer and supplier expectations.
      • Chemical technology

        Chemical technology is an incredibly involved field, from dealing with precise measurements, organic and inorganic chemicals and extensive use of mathematics.
      • Civil engineering

        Civil engineering consists of the construction, management & maintenance of the infrastructure used in society, including buildings, bridges, railways, airports, sewerage systems and more.
      • Clothing industry

        The clothing industry has increasing demands to meet the quantity & quality expectations, as well as health & safety, environmental, ethical and sustainable considerations.
      • Construction materials and building

        The construction industry requires multiple companies, suppliers, specialists & workers in a complex supply chain to meet safety, quality, performance & sustainable requirements.
      • Domestic and commercial equipment. Entertainment. Sports

        Companies responsible for the products or services that manufacture, test or supply domestic & commercial equipment must adhere to set requirements to keep employees and the community safe.
      • Electrical engineering

        Electrical engineers are responsible for the design and development of electrical systems including a wide range of devices and components.
      • Electronics

        There are many moving parts within electronics including, suppliers & materials, product development & testing to ensure all end products meet specific requirements for performance and safety.
      • Energy and heat transfer engineering

        Energy and heat transfer engineering could be considered one of the most important fields, providing industries, businesses and individuals with the energy needs they require day-to-day.
      • Environment. Health protection. Safety

        Within all industries, there are three consistent requirements that must be instilled in all processes and strategies – the environment and health & safety of all involved.
      • Fluid systems and components for general use

        Fluid systems utilise the energy created from the pressure of fluids to control and transmit power. This form of power system is used in many industries.
      • Food technology

        Experts in food technology develop & produce food products, packaging and marketing. They work to improve existing items & develop new food products to meet certain needs & demands.
      • Generalities. Terminology. Standardization. Documentation

        Standardisation in any industry focuses on the need to continually meet set benchmarks for safety, quality and performance in all areas of an organisation.
      • Glass and ceramics industries

        Glass and ceramics are essential components assisting in various areas including building and construction, energy production, mechanical and chemical industries.
      • Health care technology

        The health care technology industry includes the technology used, developed and distributed with the intention of improving all areas of the healthcare system.
      • Image technology

        Image technology is an area that has brought about a significant portion of entertainment but also includes great benefits to other industries such as healthcare and sciences.
      • Information technology. Office machines

        Information technology (IT) uses computers and other devices to send and retrieve data, even manipulate the information.
      • Manufacturing engineering

        Manufacturing engineering is responsible for taking concepts & ideas and using this to create a product or service focusing on analysing industrial & manufacturing systems and problems to create solutions.
      • Materials handling equipment

        The movement of materials & goods forms some of the most essential tasks in daily activities, including lifting equipment, handling & transporting goods and storage equipment.
      • Mathematics. Natural sciences

        There are two major disciplines in sciences – natural and applied science. Natural sciences relate to physical world. This includes biology & botany, physics & chemistry, astronomy & geography.
      • Mechanical systems and components for general use

        Mechanical systems and their components form the basis of equipment, machines and apparatus needed across many industries including aerospace, automotive & medical device industries.
      • Metallurgy

        Metallurgy is the study of metals in relation to their physical and chemical components and behaviours. This field includes understanding, sampling, categorising, testing & production of metals.
      • Metrology and measurement. Physical phenomena

        Specific measurements, reference materials, quantities & units form the basics of any project. Set processes & measurements allows for consistency when measuring volume, mass, density, time & more.
      • Military engineering

        Military engineering encompasses many aspects, including defense procurement, defense standardisation and more.
      • Mining and minerals

        Extracting minerals from the earth requires complex and intensive operations. Mining is the process of exploring and extracting these minerals from deposits found underground.
      • Miscellaneous internal ICS codes

      • Packaging and distribution of goods

        Most products require some form of packaging to either keep the products safe or allow the product to perform as intended.
      • Paint and colour industries

        The paint and colour industries play an important part in all residential, commercial and industrial industries where they can provide protection to the materials and products.
      • Paper technology

        From paper-based stationery used in offices to cardboard boxes relevant across just about every industry, paper in all its forms will always remain an essential.
      • Petroleum and related technologies

        The petroleum & natural gas industry is a complex chain of events, where many moving parts and systems are needed to extract, produce and distribute oil & gas products.
      • Precision mechanics. Jewellery

        Precision mechanics and jewellery making requires extensive knowledge of precious metals, precious and semi-precious stones.
      • Railway engineering

        Railway engineering includes the design, construction & operation of a variety of railway transport systems, requiring extensive knowledge on the materials, components, equipment & more.
      • Road vehicles engineering

        Road vehicle engineering requires knowledge in many areas including on road vehicle systems, internal combustion engines & diagnostic, maintenance & test equipment.
      • Rubber and plastic industries

        Products created in the rubber and plastic industries are utilised across a range of industries, including automotive, medical device and building and construction.
      • Services. Company organization, management and quality. Administration. Transport. Sociology

        The organisation of a company, community or country comes down to processes and management strategies in place.
      • Shipbuilding and marine structures

        Shipbuilding and marine structures play an important role in transporting goods and people, including seagoing vessels, inland navigation vessels and small crafts.
      • Telecommunications. Audio and video engineering

        Telecommunications, audio and video technology, has revolutionised how we communicate daily. It is the driver for most operations across all industries.
      • Testing

        From generic test conditions & procedures to industry specific testing methods, performing tests throughout all stages of a service or product is essential.
      • Textile and leather technology

        The textile industry primarily focuses on the design and production of clothing. It takes raw materials, synthetic or natural, and creates and distributes clothes.
      • Wood technology

        Wood technology consists of specific processes and equipment to produce the products needed in a variety of industries.