Engineering - Apprenticeship Level 3
Start Date: 4th September 2023
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Duration: 2 Years Full-time
Start date: 4th September 2023
End date: 20th June 2025
Attendance at an information session is required.
Course fee: FREE (Eligibility criteria may apply)
You will study a range of engineering based subjects which are aimed at providing a broad understanding of both electrical and mechanical engineering.
Subjects, such as CAD, secondary machining, robotics, electrical circuits and microprocessors, are backed up with theoretical principles of mechanical and electrical engineering and mathematics. Every effort is made to ensure a good mix of practical and theoretical study; however, the topics described herein are subject to change without notice.
- You will study a level 2 NVQ and a Level 3 Diploma in Engineering in Year 1. In Year 2 you will study a Level 3 NVQ and year 2 of the Level 3 Diploma in Engineering.
- You will be required to attend the college for 2 days per week in year 1 and 1 day per week in year 2. The remainder of your working time will be spent in employment.
- The industrial link provided by the apprenticeship route is an excellent method of gaining access to the work experience required to enter industry while simultaneously attaining a recognised qualification.
Assessment is a mixture of on-site work-based assessment, in-college coursework assessment and external examination.
Applicants require 5 GCSEs at C or better. This must include a B in maths. You must also be engaged with an employer who is willing to support you with an apprenticeship.
Many apprenticeship candidates go on to continued employment with their apprenticeship employer. Others move within industry, leveraging their new qualifications and industrial experience.
Successful candidates who wish to continue along the academic route are afforded access to the Foundation Degree or Higher Level Apprenticeship programmes, offered by Further Education Colleges across the UK. This may be used as a stand-a-lone qualification or used as access to a University Degree.
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