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Engineering - Apprenticeship NI (Level 3)


Gives you the training and skills required for working in the engineering industry or for progressing to further study.
10146
Bangor, Lisburn, SERC Professional Skills Centre
Level 2 - 3
Full-Time

Course Overview

This course aims to develop the practical skills and knowledge which are essential for working in the engineering industry.  Successful completion will lead to the award of a City & Guilds Level 3 Diploma in Engineering – Fabrication and Welding (SERC Professional Skills Centre) OR a Pearson BTEC Level 3 Certificate in Advanced Manufacturing Engineering (Lisburn & Bangor) AND an ETA Level 3 NVQ Diploma in Engineering.

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Available Sessions

Title Campus Type Start Spaces Fee
Engineering - Apprenticeship NI (Level 3)
Y10146BF1A
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Bangor

Full-Time

30/08/2021

10

Engineering - Apprenticeship NI (Level 3)
Y10146LF1A
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Lisburn

Full-Time

30/08/2021

10

Engineering - Apprenticeship NI (Level 3) (Fabrication & Welding)
Y10146SF1A
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SERC Professional Skills Centre

Full-Time

30/08/2021

13

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Course Modules

BTEC Level 3 Certificate in Advanced Manufacturing Engineering

Subjects studied may include:

  • Health and Safety in the Engineering Workplace
  • Communication for Engineering Technicians
  • Mathematics for Engineering Technicians
  • Engineering Secondary & Finishing Techniques
  • Electro, Pneumatic and Hydraulic Systems & Devices
  • Computer Aided Drafting in Engineering
  • Engineering Secondary and Finishing Techniques
  • Fabrication Processes & Technology
  • Selecting & Using Programmable Controllers
  • Applications of Computer Numerical Control in Engineering
  • Electronic Measurement & Testing
  • Mechanical Measurement & Inspection Techniques

 

C&G Level 3 Diploma in Engineering-Fabrication & Welding

  • Engineering Health and Safety
  • Engineering Principles
  • Principles of Fabrication & Welding
  • MIG Welding of Materials 
  • TIG Welding of Materials
  • Plate Work Fabrication of Materials

As a student you will spend one day/week in College and 4 days/week with your employer

Ideal If:

You are employed and wish to pursue a career in either Mechanical Manufacturing Engineering, Engineering Maintenance or Fabrication and Welding Engineering

You'll Learn:

About a range of engineering processes including welding, fabrication and machining

You'll Love:

The industry standard equipment for developing your practical skills and knowledge

You'll Progress:

To further study at Level 4 or Level 5

You'll Need:

An employer and to have successfully completed EITHER the Level 2 Apprenticeship in Engineering or Fabrication and Welding OR the Level 2 Skills for Work in Engineering or Fabrication and Welding OR have a minimum of six GCSE passes, including English and Mathematics, at Grade C or above

Terms & Conditions

Students will be required to comply with SERC's Terms & Conditions of study.

While we endeavour to run all our courses on the advertised day, SERC reserves the right to change the day of week on which the course runs.

In addition to the above Terms & Conditions students must also adhere to the following:
 

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