OverviewFocusing 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 RequirementsCompletion of Level 2 Technical Certificate or alternatively previous experience in the industry.
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.
- 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/SkillsThis 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/ProgressionThe next step would be to arrange and interview with the course tutor.