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Performing Engineering Operations NVQ Level 2 (EAL) at Rochdale Training Association

Course description

An Engineer designs and constructs countless things all around us. From aircraft to cars, televisions to bridges, the list is endless depending on what job you decide to do, or which company you work for.  An Apprenticeship will involve you working and learning on the job while at the same at time attending our training centre on a regular basis.
Engineering can be a very lucrative career and along with the training that comes with it, if you are prepared to work hard, you will be set for a good, dependable career. Entry to an Apprenticeship qualification varies depending on the company you will be working for. These are not set in stone and occasionally you won't need any. However the majority of companies will require a minimum of five GCSEs at grade C or above. Ideally these will include English, Maths and Science.

Course content

An Engineer designs and constructs countless things all around us. From aircraft to cars, televisions to bridges, the list is endless depending on what job you decide to do, or which company you work for.  An Apprenticeship will involve you working and learning on the job while at the same at time attending our training centre on a regular basis.
Engineering can be a very lucrative career and along with the training that comes with it, if you are prepared to work hard, you will be set for a good, dependable career. Entry to an Apprenticeship qualification varies depending on the company you will be working for. These are not set in stone and occasionally you won't need any. However the majority of companies will require a minimum of five GCSEs at grade C or above. Ideally these will include English, Maths and Science.

Entry requirements

To start this programme, you should ideally have five GCSEs (grade C or above) or equivalent

Assessment

Assessment methods are selected to suit learner. They are usually determined by the job role, the area being covered and the learners preferred learning style. Some of the most used methods which may be covered throughout the qualification include: Coaching – either one to one or in a group, Observations in the work place, Professional Discussion between the learner and their tutor about a specific event or part of the job, On-line examinations, Assignments and Knowledge questions.

Other assessment methods that may be used include gathering product evidence to support observations and discussions, getting witness statements from colleagues or a personal statement from the learner about a particular event or situation.  Assessments may also be carried out using One File.

Financial information

Under current legislation all people serving an Apprenticeship must be of employed status.

In financial terms it means they should be paid the minimum rate of pay for Apprentices and contractually employed on a full-time basis.

All training within in the Apprenticeship framework is paid for by Rochdale Training using government funding

Future opportunities

Progression on to higher level apprenticeships

Further information

For further information on any of our Apprenticeships, please contact our recruitment team on 01706 631417 or email recruitment@rochdaletraining.co.uk

How to apply

If you want to apply for this course, you will need to contact Rochdale Training Association directly.

Last updated date: 17 May 2016
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