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Who is this course aimed at?
This course is aimed at people who are interested in developing their engineering skills; maybe for a hobby, or extension of skills in your work place or even beginning a change in your career.
This course involves the student learning a range of basic engineering hand skills and technical knowledge.
The student will be taught how to mark out and make a range of products to a tolerance of 0.25mm. This will be achieved by making a series of practice and assessed tasks designed to cover a range of required hand skills. These include ‘marking out’ using Vernier and digital measuring equipment, creating internal threads, filing straight, angled and curved profiles, drilling, counter-boring, threading holes, cleaning and finishing surfaces, and all within the required tolerance.
Each task will be written up in a log book together with a set of underpinning knowledge questions to be answered.
As the course requires the completion of a log book and achievement of underpinning knowledge questions, then Level 1 English is required as a minimum.
As you will be marking out and measuring engineering components and working to dimensional tolerances, a confidence with basic maths is also important.
Dates and Times
12th September 2018 - 30th January 2019
6th February 2019 - 3rd July 2019
Wednesdays 6.00pm - 9.00pm
18 weeks – one evening per week for 3 hrs.
The course is predominately practical and based in our college engineering workshops. The tutor will demonstrate techniques and processes, correct and accurate use of tools and equipment and will support you through practice activities to develop your skills and knowledge until you are competent and ready to carry out the range of practical assessment tasks. Alongside the practical teaching, the theory knowledge will also be delivered. Students are encouraged to ask questions and take an active role in their learning throughout their lessons.
Exams and Assessments
The Award is assessed through:
- The manufacture of a set of practical assessment tasks
- 'Write-ups’ describing the making of the practical assessment tasks
- Accurate completion of knowledge questions
Frequently Asked Questions
Will I need to provide anything ?
You will need to bring your own steel toe capped boots and overall. We will provide all other safety equipment, and tools, equipment and materials etc. Please also bring basic stationary equipment such as a pen, pencil, ruler and eraser.
By building up Awards from the Performing Engineering Operations Level 2 suite of units you can eventually create a full Level 2 Diploma recognised as a key part of many engineering apprenticeships.
You will need to bring your own steel toe capped boots and overall. We will provide all other safety equipment, and tools, equipment and materials etc.
If you have any questions about this course or any aspects of studying at York College please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call (01904) 770770.
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