Engineering - Skills for Work (Level 2)
This Apprenticeship will provide you with the knowledge, understanding and competence to gain employment within the engineering industry.
The course will provide you with the practical skills and knowledge essential to work within the engineering industry. The course will enable you to qualify for a Level 2 EAL Diploma in Engineering Technology.
Modules may include:
Engineering Environment Awareness
Turning and Milling Machines Techniques and Technology
Producing Components from Sheet Metal
Manual Welding Techniques
You will also study Essential Skills to Level 1 in Numeracy, Literacy and ICT unless exempt through GCSE grades C in English, Maths and ICT.
Placements are an integral part of this programme where you will gain valuable work experience.
As a student you will spend a minimum of 12 hours a week in the College and this is subject to trainees having a work placement.
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