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Engineering Manufacturing Technology Level 2 Diploma at Chichester College

Course description

The course offers an integrated programme involving a Vocational course and a Technical Certificate as the City and Guilds Progression Award ‘Certificate in Engineering Level 3’. The course offers the practical skills, supported by the City and Guilds as Underpinning knowledge. This covers the mandatory requirement as two of the main qualifications within the ‘Engineering Apprenticeship Framework’.

Course content

You will be studying the following units: Unit 201 – Working in engineering Unit 202 – Principles of Engineering Technology Unit 203 – Principles of Manufacturing Technology Unit 206 – Using Bench Fitting Techniques Unit 214 – Welding by Mig Process Unit 224 - Constructing, testing and fault finding electronic circuits.

 The course is made up of practical and theory sessions. 

Entry requirements

• Full Level 1 qualification in Engineering or related subject area. • Successful interivew with the Course Leader • Completion of an aptitude test and Functional Skills in Maths.


Students are assessed through practical observations and online exams. 

Financial information

For all fee details please refer to the Chichester College website

Future opportunities

This may lead the student(s) progressing onto further Part-time
education as day release involving an ‘Advanced Apprenticeship’ at level
3, engaging in full employment with a suitable employer or progression
onto the Level 3 Vocational Course.

Further information

The college is fully equiped with thelatest machines and equipment to
meet and exceed the requirements of the course.
Students are required to provide their own Personal Protective Equipment
(PPE), which must include steel toe capped boots and full overalls.


How to apply

If you want to apply for this course, you will need to contact Chichester College directly.

Last updated date: 22 March 2016
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