Do you often find yourself dismantling objects then putting them back together to see how they work? Are you a natural problem solver who enjoys hands-on learning? If the answer is yes , then engineering could be your perfect career. You will learn how to work safely and effectively, how to interpret engineering information such as orthographic drawings and how to use maths to solve different engineering problems. You will also study a unit on Electrical and Mechanical Science. By the end of the course, you will have developed a sound understanding of different mechanical and electrical components and will be able to identify the properties and characteristics of a range of materials.
Applicants require 4 GCSE’s (A*-D) or (Grade 3 and above) to include English, maths and
science. Entry will be subject to a satisfactory reference and interview.
Entry decisions will be discussed at interview. Students will be continually assessed through their probation period to ensure that they are on the correct level.
How will I be assessed?
You will be assessed by coursework. Your tutor will also observe and mark some of your practical work.
What can I do next
You may like to continue to a higher level qualification such as a Certificate in Engineering, Level 3 or our Extended Diploma in Engineering, Level 3. After further training, you can choose to specialise in mechanical, manufacturing, marine, aerospace or structural engineering.
- Engineering environment awareness
- Engineering techniques
- Engineering maths and science
- Fitting and assembly
- Manual turning and milling techniques
- Computer Aided Drawing (CAD)