Engineering Technology - Level 2 at Yorkshire Coast College
The Level 2 in Engineering Technology has been designed for those who may wish to become an Engineer (e.g. Maintenance Engineer, Mechanical Engineer or an Electrical and/or Electronic Engineer etc.).
Are you perhaps thinking about engineering as a career but would like some experience of the job role first, are new to the industry or would like to learn new skills.
The course includes the following units of study
- Hand Fitting
- Auto CAD
- Electronic Principles
- Sheet Metal Operations
- Centre Lathe Turning
Minimum of 4 GCSEs grade D or above including Maths and English Language and/or relevant subject qualification and minimum of level 1 course in chosen subject at merit or above and/or English language and Maths at level 1.
After successful completion of the Level 2 in Engineering Technology you may wish to progress into the Level 3 Diploma in Engineering Technology or enter the world of work and continue your studies as an Apprentice.
As well as the area’s very successful existing Engineering and Manufacturing industries, new technologies such as an offshore wind farm are to be built off our coast at a cost of £300 billion which will need, for instance, operations and maintenance engineers
to keep it running smoothly.
Yorkshire Coast College is working closely with all our partners, including Scarborough Borough Council, to ensure that we remain at the forefront of skills training in the area.
Our partnership approach will ensure that the people of Scarborough and the surrounding area develop skills that are needed by employers, hence developing job opportunities for local people. Be a part of this industrial revolution, get ready, train, retrain, have the skills required to be an engineer.
The current local average annual wage on entry – depending on qualification – is £18,000 - £22,000.
How to apply
If you want to apply for this course, you will need to contact Yorkshire Coast College directly.