Engineering Level 2
Type: Full Time
Subject: Engineering and Motor Vehicle
Start Date: 11 September 2023
Fee: Please contact the Information Centre for fee information
Who is it for
The engineering sector is both huge and diverse whilst also being extremely competitive. There are a wide variety of careers you can choose from within the industry and your learning and development will continue to evolve long after you have completed this course, making this an exciting choice of career. This qualification will provide you with a good level of understanding and knowledge of basic engineering. Once completed, this course can help you progress onto the level 3 engineering qualification, apply for an apprenticsehip within this sector or even gain employment.
What will I need
4 GCSE's at grade 3/D or above or Level 1 Introduction to Engineering.
What is covered
To ensure that your skills and knowledge are inline with what employers are looking
for, optional modules are chosen by the College to reflect local employer needs.
• Investigating the engineering world
• Interpreting engineering information
• Electrical and electronic systems and devices
• Engineering design
How is the course assessed
Assessment is by a combination of assignments and multiple choice questions which are moderated internally and externally by EAL.
What can this course lead to
You can progress on to a level 3 qualification in engineering or an apprenticeship, providing you have achieved a Merit at this level and GCSE maths at grade C/4. Alternatively you could gain employment at technician level.
Are there any additional costs
You will need to supply your own scientific calculator and drawing set.