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Electrical Electronic Engineering Advanced Level Apprenticeship at Crawley College

Course description

This framework will provide the necessary skills for someone to fulfill one of the following roles or similar:

Job Title

Job Role

Industrial Electrician Install

inspect and test electrical equipment, wiring systems and

components in factories and installations

Electrical

Engineering

Technician

Build, install and maintain electrical equipment such as generators, motors and transformers that produce and distribute electrical power. The work may include repairing electrical equipment, testing it and restoring it to full operation

Electrical Design

Engineer

manufacture and testing of electrical components, control systems,

wiring layouts to meet customers needs

Measurement and

Control Technician

Install, run, test and look after the instruments that monitor and control

manufacturing processes, using sophisticated sensors and control systems to make sure products are measured, weighed, sorted and packaged correctly and efficiently.

Test Technician

Test, fault find and replace or repair components in electronic products or systems. May also test prototype electrical / electronic products and

analyse the results

Electronics

Technician

Involved in designing, developing and manufacturing the electronic

components of items such as telecommunications equipment; televisions; computers; mobile phones; hospital diagnostic and monitoring equipment.

Electronics Assembly

Technician

Assembly of electronic components into sub assemblies and whole units for telecommunications equipment, televisions, computers, hospital diagnostic equipment and control systems used in satellite tracking devices.

Electronics

Manufacture

Inspector

Use of non invasive inspection techniques Flying probe test, X-Ray, AOI, Endoscope, and other inspection methods to ensure production quality is maintained

Electronics

Manufacture

Technician

Circuit board assembly (PCB assembly), surface mount assembly, and

conventional electronics assembly

Functional Skills will be delivered via weekly classes at college, starting in September (unless exempt).

Personal Learning and Thinking Skills delivered in company by the assessor.

ERR will be delivered in company by the assessor.

Entry requirements

This course is suitable for employees aged 16 or over working in the Electrical and Electronic Engineering industry.

Candidates must possess GCSEs grade C and above in maths and English, be employed and working in the Electrical and Electronics Industry and have an Intermediate Level Apprenticeship in an appropriate arena.

The candidate will be requested to attend an interview where they will be asked to undertake technical assessment and a basic skills assessment.

The apprentice must have access to a range of work via their employer to enable completion of the competence based assessment.

Future opportunities

HNC/HND; Higher Apprenticeship

How to apply

You can apply for this course through UCAS Progress. Add this course to your favourites so you can start making an application.

Last updated date: 15 April 2016