City and Guilds 2850 – 20 Level 2 Certificate in Engineering
1. Qualification details
|Qualification name||Certificate in Engineering|
|Qualification level||Level 2|
|Awarding organisation||City & Guilds of London Institute|
|Course type||Full time|
|Course start date||01 September 2020|
|Additional price description||To Be Confirmed|
|Attendance pattern||Not known|
2. Course description
This pre-apprenticeship programme is designed to equip you with the practical skills and knowledge needed to enter the engineering industry. Many students progress to Level 3 upon completion of this program. During the course you will study the following: Three theory based units (Working in Engineering, Engineering Principle and Manufacture Principles) and two practical based unit which will involve leaning skills on bench fitting techniques and using the Lathe. Math and English study will also be a central feature of the course to allow progression to level 3 upon completion.
3. Entry requirements
Minimum level D/3 in Maths and English. An interest in working in the engineering industry is desirable. Some students may progress from Level 1
4. Equipment required
If you are successful at the interview you will be expected to bring the following Personal Protective Equipment: - Safety footwear - Safety overalls are provided for workshop activities. You will also be expected to bring your own writing equipment. Good levels of English and Maths are important for your success in your course, your chosen vocation and life. Throughout your course you will continue to develop your English and Maths skills in your vocational classes. If you haven't achieved a C/4 in English or Maths you will progress additional classes towards achieving these grades. If you have a Learning Difficulty or Disability please let us know when you apply. You will be offered support in your interview. If you need help completing your application we can help with this too. Solihull College and University Centre offers full time and part time courses for businesses and residents in Birmingham, Walsall, Wolverhampton, Coventry Warwickshire and the whole of the West Midlands.
5. Assessment method
o pass this course you will complete: - Units 201 (Working in Engineering) and 202 (Principles of Engineering), both being an on-line, multiple choice theory test. Unit 203 (Principles of Manufacture) is a written, short answer, theory test. A practical item will be manufactured in the workshop and will be assessed as meeting the Engineering Drawing requirements. A one hour written test will accompany each practical assessment.
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|Phone||0121 678 7000|
|Fax||0121 250 0135|
7. Other dates and venues
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