This course covers a range of topics including the principles of hand fitting skills and mechanical assemblies, 3D printing to produce parts and the use of CAD software to produce technical drawings and 3D models. You will learn how to setup and operate centre lathes, milling machines and CNC machines to create components. This course will teach you more advanced skills, knowledge and behaviours required for successful progression into an apprenticeship standard or the T Level pathway of your choice, relating to engineering.
|Qualification name||Diploma in Engineering Operations (Skills)|
|Awarding organisation||Excellence, Achievement & Learning Limited|
|Course type||Classroom based|
|Course start date||4th September 2023|
Grade 3 in English language and maths. Plus, an Initial assessment and aptitude test/or completion of the Level 1 Multi-skills course. If you have trade experience, a basic aptitude test will be required.
Hand fitting skills. Milling Electronics. Computer aided drawing. 3D printing. Mechanical assemblies. Digital skills. CNC programming. Health and safety.
Classroom and workshop activities
Once you have applied, you will be invited to attend a 'meet the tutor event', at this point they will make you aware of any equipment or uniform that you will require for this course.
During this programme, you will complete three mandatory units and four optional units to obtain the full diploma qualification. Written work reports, Knowledge questionnaires Practical observations.
T-Level-in-Engineering-Manufacturing-Processing-and-Control T Level in Engineering, Manufacturing, Processing and Control - Level 3 Processing and Control An apprenticeship.