Engineering (Mechanical) - Diploma in Fabrication and Welding (Level 2) at Hopwood Hall College
This course is for those students who enjoy design technology and are interested in the practical application of mechanical and electrical engineering technology.
Courses can lead onto a career in engineering or to study engineering at university.
Study comprises a mixture of both practical fabrication and welding activities and lectures. The skills you’ll gain are highly transferable to employment within the manufacturing industry or general engineering disciplines.
• Using fitting skills/hand tools (files, set square, micrometer’s etc.)
• Use of machines (drills, lathes, CNC, specialised CAD software)
• Manufacturing various components (design, CAD /drawing, plan production)
• Appreciation of different welding applications.
4 GCSEs grade D or above to include English and Mathematics.
No cost for 16-19 year olds.
After completing this course the enxt step is to progress onto the Level 3 BTEC Extended Diploma, enter employment or training in a variety of general engineering disciplines.
For further information on where this course can lead, speaking to a tutor can help identify the right pathways and destinations for your future. They can also refer you to the most relevant people for more targeted support and information should it be needed.
For more information please visit www.hopwood.ac.uk, pick up a prospectus from the Rochdale or Middleton Campus or call us on 0161 6437560.
How to apply
If you want to apply for this course, you will need to contact Hopwood Hall College directly.
Last updated date: 22 October 2015