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Engineering City & Guilds Level 3 at East Berkshire College

Course description

Improve your practical skills and be introduced to underpinning knowledge, industrial studies, machine tool systems, materials and other modules vital to mechanical/production engineering.

Trainees and apprentices in their first year explore more advanced techniques and procedures.

This course builds on existing knowledge and further develops the practical skills, techniques and associated studies of trainee engineers and other personnel in mechanical/production engineering.

The programme includes: communications, work study, production, planning and control, control systems, advanced machining, advanced technology, dies and moulds, press tools, jigs and fixtures and gauge manufacture.

Entry requirements

Completion of theoretical and practical assignments


Completion of theoretical and practical assignments

Future opportunities

  • BTEC National Certificate, City and Guilds 2800 L3

How to apply

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

Last updated date: 03 May 2016

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      • Specialist workshops (e.g. welding, bricklaying)
      • New hair and beauty training salons (open to the public)
      • Autotronics and computing facilities
      • Microsoft Academy and Cisco Academy
      • New innovation centre
      • Hospitality & Catering Academy (public restaurant)
      • £5m sports centre (including gym and sports hall)
      • Engineering workshop with new CNC machine centre
      • STEM project and research space
      • REHAU renewable energy training centre
      • Learning centre with the latest PCs and tablets
      • Simulated hospital environment
      • Over 500 Microsoft Surface Pros to enable independent learning
      • Parking.