Level 2 Diploma in Manufacturing Engineering
|Mode of study||Vocational Full-time|
|Campus||London Road Campus|
|Start date||5 September 2022|
|Course code||FLR2DPE (2223)|
Who is it for?
This course and level is ideal if you are a school leaver with some engineering knowledge and experience, or you require some engineering skills in your role. You will develop your understanding and practical experience of basic engineering operations including welding & fabrication.
This qualification can help you to progress in a wide range of engineering roles including: * Engineering operative; * Engineering maintenance technician; * Mechanical engineering technician; * Sheet metal worker; * Welder.
You could also progress onto the City & Guilds Level 3 in Mechanical Engineering.
A minimum of four GCSEs at grade 3 including Maths, or a Level 1 Certificate in Engineering.
What does the course involve?
This course will help you develop your understanding of engineering principles, engineering technology and technical information, as well as the use of millers, lathes, and hand fitting equipment. Our expert teachers will guide you through the requirements of this course and equip you with the skills necessary to go onto further studies, an apprenticeship in engineering or into a full-time career within engineering.
The course units include:
- Health & Safety
- Principles of engineering technology
- Mechanical principles
- Bench fitting
How is the course assessed?
Includes online and written exams, practical assessment, and portfolio completion.
How much does it cost?
Students will be expected to provide their own overalls/clothing for workshop, safety shoes.
Upon the successful completion of this course, you will have the option to progress to the Level 3 course in Engineering. An alternative option would be to go to do an apprenticeship in engineering or manufacturing. We can help you with this option, please go to www.scg.ac.uk/apprenticeships
We’ll supplement the classroom teaching with visits to engineering companies to observe the skills you are learning and put these into practice.
What do I do next?
You can apply online via the APPLY NOW button. You can also apply for a second, alternative programme of study such as A Levels via a separate application. If after reading this factsheet, you are still undecided about the course most suitable for you, please drop in to one of our Open Evenings, ring Admissions on 01743 342346 or email email@example.com
Level 3 Extended Diploma in Engineering
Previous school: Church Stretton School
I came here because I'm interested in Engineering. I really enjoyed doing my final project and having the creativity to come up with my own design and I have also enjoyed working with hydraulics. I achieved D*D*D* in my Diploma and am now going on to do an Apprenticeship. The teachers are helpful and the equipment at the College is state-of-the-art.
Level 3 in Engineering
Previous school: Holy Trinity School, Telford
Level 2 was mostly practical and this year on Level 3 there is a lot of theory and it's preparing me for university. I live outside of Shrewsbury and the transport links to the College are good.
Level 2 Fabrication and Welding
Previous school: Charlton School
I’m a practical person, so I wanted to do something with my hands. I didn’t have any experience before, but the teachers were really good at guiding me through. I’m a bit of a perfectionist, so the fact that the staff let me work to my own pace really helped. I have now secured an Apprenticeship with Caterpillar in Shrewsbury, and I can see myself being there for some time. I’m sure it wouldn’t have happened unless I’d been on this course as at my interview they seemed really impressed with what I was doing.
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