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Preparation Skills For Fabrication Industry at Sussex Downs College

Course description

You will develop skills that employers have asked us to include in a programme that enables you to become employer ready. You will develop basic welding / fabrication skills, basic vehicle accident repair skills, included in all this will be employability skills, looking at CV’s, working with customers, communicating with others, costing of repairs to name but a few areas. Being on this programme means that you will be studying Maths and English as your main aim in this programme of study. In order to get you employer / apprenticeships ready you will need to achieve 4/5 in Maths and English during this study programme.

Entry requirements

You will need to meet our standard entry requirements.

You will need at least GCSE English Language and Maths grade 3/D

Assessment

You will be assessed carrying out various tasks, working towards building portfolio of evidence that can be presented to an employer, as preparation for employment.

Future opportunities

Progression for this course is either apprenticeships or level 2 in Accident Body repair or Engineering course.

Further information

This course is about development of a person to meet the ever-demanding requirements of the industry. Employers have listed and advised on skills they would candidates to have developed on this study programme.
Learners will develop a portfolio of evidence of skills developed and achievements made, that will be presentable to a potential employer.
Learners will improve their Maths and English to the level needed for progression. Maths and English will be certificated via a national awarding body, where achievement has been made passing an exam.
Entry requirements for this course in a minimum 3 in Maths and English

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: 27 March 2018
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