Key course information
Engineering and Manufacturing
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This course is aimed at individuals employed in the engineering sector, working in a role that includes the welding and fabrication of raw materials in order to create a product. Typical work roles that would suit this course are Sheet Metal Worker, Plater / Fabricator and. Welder. If you work in any of these roles, you’ll go into the course with a strong footing.This course is also ideal for those who have the skills but are?yet to obtain formal recognition, in the way of a?recognised qualification. As this is a Level 3 course, the individual should ideally be organising, leading, or have work of a more complex nature than some of their colleagues.?
What will I learn?
Although you may?have some prior knowledge and skills in the engineering sector?(or possibly in a welding or?fabrication role) this course will confirm?your understanding of the theory behind this subject matter and the ability to put this theory into practice. You will be?challenged and stretched to fill?the gaps in your?knowledge.
The learner must be employed full-time in a welding and fabrication role.
Study, Assessment and Qualifications
The course is delivered at the learners’ place of work, with the College Assessor visiting every six to eight weeks.
During an Assessor visit, actions are agreed and a continued portfolio of evidence is built moving forward, proving the learners' understanding of the theory behind the subject matter and ability to apply this in their day to day practical activities.
Additional Costs and Information
Apart from the course fee, there is no other cost.
What Could I Do Next?
On completion of your course you may choose to progress onto these following courses
Upon successful completion of this course, learners may progress onto an?NVQ Level 3?Engineering qualification, or an NVQ Level 2 in Business Improvement Techniques.