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  1. Advanced Apprenticeship in Fabrication & Welding

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    Multi-Positional Welders will have the skill to produce good quality welds in pipe and/or plate using three welding process/material type combinations (TIG, PAW, MMA, MIG/MAG, FCAW) and (Carbon and Low Alloy Steel, High Alloy Ferritic/Martensitic Steel, Austenitic Stainless Steel, Nickel and Nickel Alloys, Aluminium and Aluminium Alloys) covering all welding positions (Downhand, Horizontal, Vertical, Overhead, Inclined).

    Apprentices should be able to position, assemble, prepare and check the welding equipment and also receive, handle and maintain consumables. They will prepare, check and protect materials and work area ready for welding when at college. Apprentices will weld preparation and assembly prior to welding and accept for production.

    They should complete progressive and final checks on the finished weld prior to release for formal inspection and report into the production control system. Students will ensure that health and safety requirements are fully accounted for all of the above.

  2. General Welder – Intermediate Apprenticeship

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    The apprentice will gain both technical knowledge and real practical experience, along with functional and personal skills. These are acquired through a mix of learning in the workplace, formal off-the-job training and academic study at college.

    The apprentice will learn the mechanical properties and weldability of welded materials and will gain an understanding of the common arc welding processes, joint types (fillet, lap, butt, etc.) and positions.

    The apprentice will also gain an understanding of the the major components of welding equipment, essential parameters for welding, the terminology, operation and controls for the selected arc welding processes, joint types and welding positions.

    The apprentice will be able to identify and understand the causes of typical welding defects and how their occurrence can be reduced, for the materials and welding processes selected and to also understand the functions of welding consumables and the requirements for correct storage and handling.

    The apprentice will be able to identify and select correct welding consumables for each application and understand and identify hazards and basic health, safety and quality requirements when welding.

    The pathways in this apprenticeship are; Welding, Sheet, Plate or Structural Steel.

  3. Advanced Apprenticeship – Engineering Technician Machinist

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    The apprentice will gain technical knowledge, develop practical competence skills, along with functional and personal skills whilst working in an engineering environment. These are acquired through a mix of learning in the workplace, formal off-the-job training and academic study at college.

  4. Advanced Apprenticeship – Engineering Technical Support Technician

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    The apprentice will gain technical knowledge, develop practical competence skills, along with functional and personal skills whilst working in an engineering environment. Acquired through a mix of learning in the workplace, formal off-the-job training and academic study at college.

  5. Advanced Apprenticeship – Maintenance & Operations Engineering Technician

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    The apprentice will gain technical knowledge, develop practical competence skills, along with functional and personal skills whilst working in an engineering environment. Acquired through a mix of learning in the workplace, formal off-the-job training and academic study at college.

  6. Advanced Apprenticeship – Engineering Fitter

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    The apprentice will gain technical knowledge, develop practical competence skills, along with functional and personal skills whilst working in an engineering environment. This will be acquired through a mix of learning in the workplace, formal off-the-job training and academic study at college.

     

  7. Engineering – Level 4 HNC in Manufacturing Engineering

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    This course is validated by Pearson:

    This course is aimed primarily at technician engineers who are currently employed or seeking employment in the mechanical manufacturing or engineering industries who wish to develop their academic knowledge.

  8. CAD (Computer Aided Design) Level 3 3D Award

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    The Computer Aided Design course provides opportunity for students to gain a range of valuable City & Guilds qualifications in 2 & 3-Dimensional CAD at level 2 and 3. The CAD schemes attract students from diverse backgrounds such as Electrical/Civil/Mechanical Engineering, Architectural, Furniture Design, Sports Ground Design, Town Planning, Highways, Cartography…or anyone who needs to produce plans. Increasingly, students from artistic/graphic backgrounds appreciate the links between the precise nature of CAD and graphical illustration.

    There are nine learning outcomes to the Level 3 3D qualification:

    • Apply appropriate commands to set the 3D modelling environment
    • Create and use working planes at any required position/attitude within 3D Space
    • Define and use co-ordinate points at any position within 3D Space
    • Apply appropriate commands to construct the whole or part of a 3D model using the best available method – surface or solid modelling
    • Apply appropriate commands to modify 3D solid objects
    • Apply appropriate commands to perform 3D operations on existing objects
    • Apply appropriate commands to manipulate a 3D model
    • Apply appropriate commands to view 3D model in a variety of display formats
    • Print/plot/export 3D models
  9. CAD (Computer Aided Design) Level 3 2D

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    The Computer Aided Design course provide opportunity for students to gain a range of valuable City & Guilds qualifications in 2 & 3-Dimensional CAD at level 2 and 3. The CAD schemes attract students from diverse backgrounds such as Electrical/Civil/Mechanical Engineering, Architectural, Furniture Design, Sports Ground Design, Town Planning, Highways, Cartography…or anyone who needs to produce plans. Increasingly, students from artistic/graphic backgrounds appreciate the links between the precise nature of CAD and graphical illustration.

    There are thirteen learning outcomes to the Level 3 2D qualification:

    • Use a layering system and different line type styles
    • Define and use a system for grouping objects to form blocks or libraries
    • Produce isometric drawings within the 2D environment
    • Define and use an adjustable co-ordinate system based on user requirements
    • Use complex dimensioning routines
    • Use different drawing spaces and complex multi viewing areas
    • Produce hard copies of drawings
    • Make inquiries of an existing drawing and place reference points
    • Use a means of pre-command object selection in order to carry out editing processes
    • Change the properties of a number of drawn entities
    • Edit blocks/symbols and hatched areas
    • Modify continuous lines formed by a connected sequence of lines or arcs
    • Use a method to remove unused items and rename other items logically
  10. CAD (Computer Aided Design) Level 2, 2D Award

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    The Computer Aided Design courses provide opportunity for students to gain a range of valuable City & Guilds qualifications in 2 & 3-Dimensional CAD at level 2 and 3. The CAD schemes attract students from diverse backgrounds such as Electrical/Civil/Mechanical Engineering, Architectural, Furniture Design, Sports Ground Design, Town Planning, Highways, Cartography…or anyone who needs to produce plans. Increasingly, students from artistic/graphic backgrounds appreciate the links between the precise nature of CAD and graphical illustration.

    There are eight learning outcomes to the Level 2 2D qualification:

    • Use associated IT, CAD hardware and operating systems
    • Use basic file management techniques and maintain health and safety requirements
    • Use and identify key components of the software relating to the 2D drawing environment
    • Use a range of viewing commands and set up the drawing space
    • Use drawing commands to produce shapes
    • Use the CAD software’s co-ordinate system to aid accurate drawing
    • Use hatch, text and simple dimensioning routines
    • Use basic editing commands and produce simple hard copies

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