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Level 4 NVQ Extended Diploma in Engineering Manufacture at Rochdale Training Association

Course description

Employers wish to attract applicants who have an interest in working in a manufacturing/ engineering environment at technician and who come from a diverse range of backgrounds with a wide range of experience, achievements or qualifications. Entry at level 4 within the framework is flexible in that applicants: may have variety of qualifications such as A Levels, Certificate/Diploma in Engineering, Advanced Apprenticeship in Engineering or without formal qualifications can show, possibly through a portfolio, that they have the potential to complete this apprenticeship, through having previously worked in the sector at Level 3 or are currently employed in the sector and are looking for personal development and career progression.

 

Manufacturing Senior Technician =Set up complex CNC production processing facilities for manufacturing operations, ensuring wherever possible these are as 'lean' as possible

 

Senior Controls Technician= (Mechanical Testing) Work with other engineers and managers to discuss and develop rigs and systems design and support, to ensure smooth running of projects and effective delivery of the mechanical testing process

 

Senior Production Technician= Supervise and provide technical guidance to quality inspectors and junior engineering staff. Provide technical support to production and assist with product development. Solve technical issues within company and sub-contractors, suppliers and customers

 

Mechanical Systems Senior Technician =Apply scientific and mathematical principles to the design, manufacture and operation of efficient machines, processes and systems Senior Quality Technician Develop and define project quality programme and plans, ensure continuous and effective operation of project quality performance and plans, perform project quality assurance auditing of contractors and suppliers Senior

 

Environmental Test Technician= (Defence) Carry out and report on tests carried out on products to determine life cycles, safely compliance, environmental

Course content

Employers wish to attract applicants who have an interest in working in a manufacturing/ engineering environment at technician and who come from a diverse range of backgrounds with a wide range of experience, achievements or qualifications. Entry at level 4 within the framework is flexible in that applicants: may have variety of qualifications such as A Levels, Certificate/Diploma in Engineering, Advanced Apprenticeship in Engineering or without formal qualifications can show, possibly through a portfolio, that they have the potential to complete this apprenticeship, through having previously worked in the sector at Level 3 or are currently employed in the sector and are looking for personal development and career progression.

 

Manufacturing Senior Technician =Set up complex CNC production processing facilities for manufacturing operations, ensuring wherever possible these are as 'lean' as possible

 

Senior Controls Technician= (Mechanical Testing) Work with other engineers and managers to discuss and develop rigs and systems design and support, to ensure smooth running of projects and effective delivery of the mechanical testing process

 

Senior Production Technician= Supervise and provide technical guidance to quality inspectors and junior engineering staff. Provide technical support to production and assist with product development. Solve technical issues within company and sub-contractors, suppliers and customers

 

Mechanical Systems Senior Technician =Apply scientific and mathematical principles to the design, manufacture and operation of efficient machines, processes and systems Senior Quality Technician Develop and define project quality programme and plans, ensure continuous and effective operation of project quality performance and plans, perform project quality assurance auditing of contractors and suppliers Senior

 

Environmental Test Technician= (Defence) Carry out and report on tests carried out on products to determine life cycles, safely compliance, environmental

Entry requirements

Entry at level 4 within the framework is flexible in that applicants: may have variety of qualifications such as A Levels, Certificate/Diploma in Engineering, Advanced Apprenticeship in Engineering or without formal qualifications can show, possibly through a portfolio, that they have the potential to complete this apprenticeship, through having previously worked in the sector at Level 3 or are currently employed in the sector and are looking for personal development and career progression.

Assessment

Continous on and off the job assessment

Financial information

Age appropriate national minimum wage

Future opportunities

Progression to higher level qualifications

Further information

Please contact 01706 631417

How to apply

If you want to apply for this course, you will need to contact Rochdale Training Association directly.

Last updated date: 19 May 2016
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