Diploma in Advanced Manufacturing Engineering L2

Full Time · Engineering

Start Date:
30 August 2022
Loans/Remissions:
Cost or fee remission information
Level:
Level 2

Course overview

Many of our students begin their studies at Level 2, working towards an NVQ qualification that allows them to continue on to Level 3 study either full time or through an apprenticeship. At Level 2 students choose from one of two pathways:

Electrical and Mechanical

Fabrication and Welding

Course requirements

Entry requirements for these Level 2 courses are as follows:

  • Four GCSEs at grade C or above (grade 9-4) including maths and/or English
  • A satisfactory interview
  • An initial assessment of Maths or English at a suitable level, where a grade C (grade 4) has not been achieved

What will I do?

Electrical and Mechanical

The units studied will provide students with practical skills and knowledge of electrical wiring and testing, and mechanical maintenance techniques including fault finding and diagnosis. Students will work on electrical panels and mechanical equipment, developing the skills needed to complete wiring, overhaul and testing activities to the required standards. The will also acquire electrical-mechanical maintenance and hand skills.

Fabrication and Welding

The units studied will provide students with practical skills and knowledge of fabrication and welding. Students will work on fabrication and welding machines and learning engineering skills including sheet metal working, welding and plate-working.

Materials needed

PPE/Tools and equipment within the training centre is provided by SWDT.

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