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Engineering - Manufacturing Technology City & Guilds Level 2 Diploma at Brooklands College

Course description

This course will develop your skills further in milling, turning, and fabrication and welding.

This course is for you if you have already completed a level 1 engineering manufacturing qualification and are looking to develop your skills further in milling, turning, and fabrication and welding and you are looking to gain employment in the engineering manufacturing industry.

Course content

Units Covered:
•  Working in Engineering
•  Principles of Engineering Technology
•  Principles of Manufacturing Technology
•  Machine Components using Milling Techniques
•  Machine Components using Turning Techniques
•  Fabricating Sheet Metal Work

Additional Qualifications:
Whilst you are studying the Level 2 City and Guilds Certificate in Engineering – Manufacturing Technology you will also study:
•  Level 2 City and Guilds Award in Metal Inert Gas (MIG) Welding
•  Level 2 Functional Skill in Maths

Entry requirements

Learners must have completed a Level 1 Engineering manufacturing qualification including level 1 skills in turning and sheet metal work as well as previous experience of Metal Inert Gas (MIG) Welding at level 1 and at least level 1 functional skills in English and Maths.

Assessment

  • Working in Engineering – Online multiple choice exam
  • Principles of Engineering Technology – Online multiple choice exam
  • Principles of Manufacturing Technology - Assignments to assess practical and knowledge tasks
  • Machine components using Milling Techniques - Assignments to assess practical and knowledge tasks
  • Machine Components using Turing Techniques- Assignments to assess practical and knowledge tasks
  • Fabricating Sheet Metal Work - Assignments to assess practical and knowledge tasks

Level 2 City and Guilds Award in Metal Inert Gas (MIG) Welding

  • 5 practical assignments and 1 oral knowledge test

Level 2 Functional Skills Maths

  • Assignments and exams for each functional skill

Financial information

Are there any extra costs?
•  Pens, pencils, ruler, protractor, compass, eraser, line paper and a ring binder
•  Steel or composite toe safety shoes or boots (can be arranged by Brooklands College)
•  One piece Brooklands College Engineering Overalls (available on enrolment)
•  Safety glasses.

Cost for boots and overalls approximately £30.
All learners materials - £50

Students are allocated a certain amount of free printing, after which a small fee will be incurred.

Future opportunities

This course provides direct progression onto the Level 3 City and Guilds Diploma in Engineering –Mechanical Manufacturing Engineering course, full time employment in the engineering manufacturing industry or a level 3 Apprenticeship in Engineering Manufacturing.

How to apply

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

Last updated date: 18 February 2016
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