Engineering Technology Level 2 Diploma at Milton Keynes College
Are you are over 16 years of age and considering Engineering as a career? Maybe the academic route has not worked for you, and a more practical vocational style of learning will?
Are you curious and want to know both the theory and the practical applications of Engineering? Do you see challenges rather than problems? Then this course is ideal for you.
This course is open to older students (19 plus) but the student may incur additional fees depending upon personal and family situation.
- Working safely in an engineering environment
- Communication for Engineers
- Mechanical engineering including science and material properties
- Electrical and electronic engineering
- Workshop skills
- IT Skills – standard Office software and specialist engineering packages
With this course you can expect to receive around 50% practical and 50% theoretical instruction as a guide. This is dependent upon unit selection.
PERSONAL QUALITIES (ALL CANDIDATES): You need to have a proactive approach to your personal development and studies. You should display positive attitudes and appropriate behaviour when dealing with other students or college staff.
EXTERNAL CANDIDATES: GCSE or equivalent in Mathematics or English Language, one of which should be grade A*-C and the other grade D or higher. In addition you must have at least 3 further GCSE or equivalent qualifications at Grade D or above. Following application you will be invited to:-
- Attend an interview with engineering staff
- Complete a hand written enhanced interview question paper
- Take an on-line test (BKSB) for functional use of Mathematics and English Language.
PROGRESSION CANDIDATES: You are required to have successfully completed an engineering based level 1 qualification. You must also have successfully achieved level 1 Functional skills in both Mathematics and English.
Your application must be supported by positive references from your level 1 engineering based qualification tutor(s).
Your attendance must be recorded as above the college benchmark of 90% and you must not have received any formal written warnings for:
Poor attendance or timekeeping
Failure to complete coursework within the allotted timeframe.
You will be assessed throughout the duration of the 1 year course through written assignments and practical work.
How to apply
If you want to apply for this course, you will need to contact Milton Keynes College directly.