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Qualification name Diploma in Marine Engineering (Foundation)
Qualification level 2
Awarding organisation City & Guilds of London Institute
Learning method Classroom based
Course hours Full-time
Course start date 2nd September 2024
Cost description Please enquire
Attendance pattern Daytime

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This qualification is aimed as learners aged 16 and above who would like to gain the basic knowledge and skills required during their initial training to become a Marine Engineer.

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The Isle of Wight College has standard entry requirements for full-time college courses, depending on the level of the course to be studied. English and Maths at grade 4/C are required for this course.

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The course is made up of 5 units; 201 Introduction to the marine industry This unit is concerned with safety awareness and communication skills needed to work effectively in the marine industry. It covers health and safety, interaction with other employees and an understanding of the terminology and structure of the industry. 203 Business improvement techniques This unit provides the learner with the knowledge of lean business process and quality improvement in order to effectively monitor and make enhancements to production, manufacturing and maintenance processes. 208 Marine engineering processes and principles This unit is concerned with the selection and use of materials, tools and equipment and their application in marine engineering operations. 209 Servicing and maintenance of marine engines and ancillary systems This unit is concerned with the servicing and maintenance of marine engines. It covers servicing and the maintenance of engines, resources and information required as well as basic servicing. 210 Servicing and maintenance of marine propulsion systems This unit is concerned with the servicing and maintenance of marine propulsion systems. It covers servicing and the maintaining of marine propulsion systems, resources and information required as well as the basic principles of propulsion systems.

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Learning will be delivered via lectures in the classroom and practical sessions in the workshop. Students will also take part in tutorials and E-Learning sessions, as well as independent study as required. We have outside speakers visit CECAMM to give special lectures on occasion to which all students will be invited.

Successful completion of the Level 2 course can lead to further study at Level 3 subject to gaining an apprenticeship.

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Name The Isle Of Wight College - Newport
Address The Isle Of Wight College
Medina Way
Newport
Isle Of Wight
PO30 5TA
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