Level 2 Diploma in Engineering

Further Details
Course Code
LP00249
Location
Deeside
Duration
Full Time, This is a 1 year full-time course.
Department
Engineering, Manufacturing & Maintenance
Start Date
04 Sep 2023
End Date
21 Jun 2024

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Course Overview
This practical course will help you gain skills in a variety of Engineering.

You will also gain skills in Engineering Measurements & Calculations and Health & Safety. This course will provide you with the theory and knowledge that underpins the practical competences. This course follows the City and Guilds Diploma in Engineering level 2; all students will need to complete 6 of the following units for full achievement .

City and Guilds 7682- 20:Practical (Example Units)
• Unit 201 Working Safely in an Engineering Environment
• Unit 20 Carrying out Engineering Activities Efficiently and Effectively
• Unit 203 Using and Communicating Technical Information
• Unit 20 Producing Mechanical Engineering Drawings using a CAD system
• Unit 20 Producing Components using Hand Fitting Techniques
•Unit 211 Preparing and using Lathes for Turning Operations
• Unit 219 Maintaining Mechanical Devices and Equipment
• Unit 222 Producing Sheet Metal Components and Assemblies
• Unit 23 Wiring and Testing Electrical Equipment and Circuits

Development of Literacy and Numeracy Skills

Work Related Experience

This practical and theory based course involves the skills and knowledge needed to do the job, ability to organise work and identify and prevent problems.

Learners who have not achieved grade C/4 in GCSE Mathematics and English will be expected to attend sessions to support this in addition to their vocational programme.
The work is assessed by the following;

1. Short written assignments
2. Practical observation quality checks of products fabricated, made and produced.
4 GCSEs at grade D/3 or above including Maths and English Language/Welsh (1st Language), or successful completion of a relevant Level 1 qualification.

At Coleg Cambria we would encourage you to do the very best that you can in your exams. The better your grades the more options you will have, and may result in you gaining entry onto a higher level course.
Students can enter into employment and continue to study on a day release basis or enter into a sponsored Modern Apprenticeship with a participating employer. Those who have also successfully completed the PEO Level 2 could also continue onto a Level 3 programme e.g. BTEC Level 3 Subsidiary & Extended Diploma or onto the Electro-Technical Installation course.

Learners are encouraged to re-sit GCSES, where grades are lower than a C/4.
Some courses may require equipment and/or uniforms to be purchased. Please see attached equipment list for further information.
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