It allows you to develop and practise the basic introductory skills required for employment and/or career progression in the engineering sector.
FOR ENROLMENT IN SEPTEMBER 2020
What will I learn?
The course will encourage learners to find out about working in engineering. It covers the basic skills and knowledge needed to enter engineering or manufacturing sectors. This will cover the need to recognise and use safe working practices, consideration of the environment and working effectively as a part of a team. It includes the basic materials that engineers use in their everyday work as well as the information technology that is used.
- Carrying out electronics assembly
- Carrying out electrical assembly
- Working in engineering
How will I be assessed?
Online exams, Assignments
GCSEs in English & Maths at 3 (D) or above
Progression & Career Opportunities
Students can progress onto a Level 2 in Electronic Engineering or Electrical Installations. GSCEs in English and Maths at 4 (C) or above must be obtained before you can progress on to a Level 2.
Cost of Study
This course is fully funded for students who are 16-18 years of age.