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Level 3 Extended Diploma in Engineering Maintenance at AMRC Training Centre

Course description

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Engineering maintenance technicians service machinery and equipment in the manufacturing and production sectors.

During the apprenticeship, you will develop the skills you need to become a maintenance technician in the manufacturing sector. Throughout the course, you will study the principles and processes of mechanical and electrical maintenance, for your job role.

Specialist units include:

  • Fault diagnosis
  • Planned maintenance
  • Mechanical maintenance
  • Electrical maintenance
  • Fluid power
  • Dismantling and replacing parts

You will mainly be based in the Training Centre for up to 12 months, which is one of the UK’s leading training centres' for manufacturing and engineering.

This time will enable you to gain high level skills whilst gaining on and off the job training.

Course content

To gain the full apprenticeship, you must achieve the minimum components that make up the full framework.

You will study the practical skills required for completing the NVQ level 2 Performing Engineering Operations (PEO). This consists of a choice of three engineering units suitable for your chosen interest.

Alongside this you will gain your Extended Diploma in Engineering Maintenance, gain skills and knowledge that you require in one of the NVQ level 3 following pathways.

·         Mechanical

·         Electrical

BTEC Level 3 Extended Diploma in Engineering Maintenance. This is the technical certificate, which is delivered through college.

ERR level 2 – Employment Rights and Responsibilities

PTLS level 2 – Personal learning & Thinking Skills

Functional Skills Level 2 – Maths, English & ICT (If required - see note below)

Master Classes will be provided in a number of additional areas that are relevant to personal development and the manufacturing sector

Note – As the entry requirements are 5 GCSE’s A – C, we would expect that you are working at this level and have the relevant qualifications to demonstrate this.  If these have been achieved within 5 years of starting your apprenticeship and they are the correct grade you will be exempt from doing functional skills.

Entry requirements

You will need  5 GCSE’s  A – C , including  mathematics, English and science.

Assessment

Your qualification will be continually assessed through oral, observation, written and practical work.

Certification will be on completion of your portfolio of evidence. 

Financial information

The Apprenticeship age group funding is a follows -

16 to 18: fully funded, 19 to 23: 50% of the costs covered,  23+: full costs need to be covered.

Average apprenticeship salary is in the region from £6,349 to around £10,000+ dependant on your employer.

Based on 37 hrs per week as a working week.

Future opportunities

The completion of this apprenticeship could lead onto on of the following jobs:

  • Mechanical maintenance Technician
  • Electrical Maintenance Technician

In addition, this qualification would allow you to progress onto a Level  5 qualification, such as a Foundation Degree with the University of Sheffield.

 

Further information

Option 1 – (Block Programme) - 25 weeks on a full time basis in AMRC Training Centre where the units from the Performing Engineering Operations Level 2 are achieved and then day release for the remainder of the programme and the achievement of the Level 3 Extended Diploma in Electrical and Electronic Engineering

Option 2 – (Flexible Programme) up to 12 weeks on a full time shorter training blocks basis in the AMRC Training Centre where you will recieve "Master Classes" in each of the relevant skill sets. returning back to the employer after each "Master Class" and then day release for the rest of the programme and the achievement of the Level 3 Extended Diploma in Engineering

Option choices are subject to employer approval

 

 

 

Please visit our website, www.amrctraining.co.uk,  or email us at info@amrctraining.co.uk

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: 18 March 2019
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Key information

  • Start date: Throughout the year
  • Duration: 3 years - 2 options (see further information for details)
  • Course code: 600/2084/2
  • Web url: www.amrctraining.co.uk/apprenticeships
  • Number of planned places: 10

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    • The AMRC is a global centre of excellence for industry-focused machining and materials research. We work with companies from around the world, and have brought in millions of pounds of investment to the region.

      The AMRC Training Centre opened its doors for the first time in October 2013. Our brand new Training Centre is state of the art and offers a variety of learning pathways for you to consider, from engineering to business administration.

      Many employers have already signed up for their apprentices to learn at our centre, including Firth Rixon, Newburgh, Rolls-Royce and Tata Steel - in fact over 40 companies at the last count.  We also take on our own apprentices to work as part of the wider AMRC group, who specialise in research and development for advanced manufacturing.

      The AMRC Training Centre is led by a team of industrialists who have experienced the challenges of developing world-class talent, and learning specialists who understand the requirements of the manufacturing sector.

      We will work with you and your employer to give you the best possible start to your career. It's such a great time to choose to be an apprentice and you can't fail to be impressed by our new training centre.