Land-Based Service Engineer Level 2 Standard
|Mode of study||Apprenticeship|
|Duration||Please ring for details|
|Campus||London Road Campus|
|Start date||1 August 2022|
|Course code||PLR2ULE (APPO)|
Who is it for?
Anyone who is responsible for maintaining a range of machinery, plant and equipment in sectors such as agriculture, forestry and horticulture.
Roles/Occupations may include: Agricultural Service Engineer, Construction and Plant Service Engineer, Outdoor Power Equipment Service Engineer, Forestry Equipment Service Engineer or Fixed Plant and Equipment Service Engineer.
Individual employers will determine their own entry requirements, but the typical entry requirements for this Apprenticeship will be Maths and English GCSE at a 4 or above. If you have not achieved these prior to enrolment you will be required to undertake the functional skills level 2 and have achieved this by completion of your apprenticeship.
What does the course involve?
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How is the course assessed?
This Land-Based Service Engineer Apprenticeship is flexibly taught at our London Road campus on a day release basis once a week unless discussed otherwise. If you need to complete your functional skills, then this will be covered at college in a block week release. In addition, you will be assessed in the workplace by your assessor and progress reviewed every 12 weeks with your employer. In addition, you will be required to sit an End Point Assessment, towards the final stages of your programme, which will ensure you have obtained the skills, knowledge and behaviours required to carry out your role effectively.
Typically, this Level 2 Apprenticeship will take 18 months to complete, plus the End Point Assessment period.
What do I do next?
Level 2 Diploma in Light Vehicle Service and Repair
Previous school: Shrewsbury Academy
I was on the part-time six week car maintenance course and enjoyed it so much that I decided to gain my Level 2 diploma. I think the course covers everything perfectly and I really like doing the electrics modules.
Level 3 Diploma in Light Vehicle Service and Repair
Previous school: Abraham Darby School
I chose to come to SCG because they have the best motor vehicle facilities. All of my family are in the vehicle industry and my interest grew from there. It is an amazing course and I have learnt so much. It is hard work, but once you start putting the effort in, it gets easier.
Are you an employer?
See how an apprentice can help your business.