|Mode of study||Vocational Full Time|
|Campus||London Road Campus|
|Start date||8 January 2019|
|Course code||FLR1ENG (1819)|
2 GCSEs at grade 3, including Maths or suitable experience.
Covers how to use millers, lathes, MIG/MMA welding, sheet metalfabrication and hand fitting equipment.
Additional activities include industry visits, guest speakers,fundraising events and competitions. You will study English and Maths if appropriate and typically attend College up to 4 days per week.
Units include: working in engineering, basic fitting, milling and turning techniques, working with sheet metals, manual arc and MIG welding techniques. You will select two units to suit your requirements, plus the compulsory ‘Working in Engineering’ unit.
6 months (January start only)
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