Higher Level Apprenticeship in Advanced Manufacturing
The Higher Level Apprenticeship in Manufacturing is a 3 year programme which consists of 1 day per week College Based Learning and 4 days Work Based Learning.
Course Code: 78298
Duration: 34 Weeks
Mechanical and Manufacturing engineers are creative problem solvers who require vision to work with a range of other engineers in the development of innovative and cost-effective products. Students must master modern technologies and skills such as robotics, computer-aided design and simulation. During this course you will complete the Ulster University Foundation Degree in Mechanical & Manufacturing Engineering.
The teaching team consists of staff who are highly qualified with valuable industrial experience. Our staff are regularly trained to keep up to date with the changing needs of industry.
- Engineering Mathematics
- Electrical Science 1
- CAD Techniques 1
- Mechanical Science
- Manufacturing Processes
- CAD Techniques 2
- Professional Studies
- Automation and Fluid Power
- Industrial Robot Technology
- Energy and Maintenance Systems
- CAD/CAM 1 and 2
- Quality and BIT
- Work based Learning 1 and 2
This project is part funded through the Northern Ireland European Social Fund Programme 2014 – 2020 and the Department for the Economy.
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