Level 3 Diploma in Engineering (F&W)

Focusing on the major disciplines within engineering the learner will gain the knowledge and hand skills needed to develop or build on a successful career in engineering and fabrication and welding.
  • Overview

    Focusing on the major disciplines within engineering the learner will gain the knowledge and hand skills needed to develop or build on a successful career in engineering and fabrication and welding.
  • Entry Requirements

    Completion of Level 2 Technical Certificate or alternatively previous experience in the industry.
  • Assesment Types

    Practical tasks

    These tasks will require candidates to demonstrate their practical skills.

    Most practical tasks will be assessed by observation of the candidate carrying out the tasks and/or an assessment of the final outcome/product. Details of how to mark and grade each practical observation are contained within each assignment.

  • Units/Modules

    Mandatory units:

    • Engineering Health and Safety Unit 1
    • Engineering Principles Unit 2
    • Principles of Welding Unit 3

    Any three from the following:

    • Manual metal arc welding of materials
    • MIG welding of materials
    • TIG welding of materials
    • Plate work fabrication of materials
    • Pattern development for fabrication
  • Benefits/Skills

    This course provides more experienced learners an understanding and practical experience of specialist engineering technologies. It can also be used as part of an Advanced Engineering Apprenticeship.
  • Careers/Progression

    The next step would be to arrange and interview with the course tutor.
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