C&G Level 3 Apprenticeship
Diploma in Engineering
– Mechanical Manufacturing Engineering WHAT DOES THE SUBJECT INCLUDE?Engineering Health and Safety
This unit covers: statutory and organisational health and safety regulations and environmental regulations, accident and emergency procedures, and safe working practices and procedure.Engineering principles
This unit covers: how to interpret engineering information, how to differentiate between common engineering materials, how to perform engineering calculations, and quality control in engineeringPrinciples of mechanical manufacturing engineering
This unit covers: how to determine the alignment of machine tools, how to differentiate between methods of power transmission in machine tools, how to evaluate the application of CNC to machine tools, and the maintenance requirements for machine tool systems
And 3 units meeting employer and apprentice needs from a selection of: Machining Materials by Turning, Machining Materials by Milling, Machining Materials by Grinding, CNC machining of materials, Detailed fitting of materials, Production of drawings using CAD, Advanced mathematics and science WHAT IS THE STRUCTURE OF THE COURSE?
The course is a mix of regular assessment and observations in the workplace and attendance at College (Walford Campus) one day per week.
Inclusive in the course is GCSE in English and Maths if required. WHAT ARE THE ENTRY REQUIREMENTS?
Successful completion of level 2 Diploma in engineering or relevant engineering experience. Functional Skills or GCSE grade D / level 3 in Maths and English. You need to be employed or seeking work in Engineering. WHAT QUALIFICATION WILL I GAIN IF I SUCCESSFULLY
COMPLETE THE COURSE?
Level 3 Diploma in Engineering– Mechanical Manufacturing Engineering