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  • A Level Engineering

    School Leavers (16-18)

    Design Engineering is an inspiring subject that applies rigorous mathematics as well as scientific and practical skills within the subject.

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  • Level 3 Engineering

    School Leavers (16-18)

    Over a two year course you will be encouraged to advance your engineering skills set through study of mechanics, electronics, materials science, mathematics and computer aided design (CAD). Many students who enjoy and successfully complete this course progress into Higher Education or employment in the engineering sector.

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  • Level 2 Engineering (BTEC)

    School Leavers (16-18)

    Over a one year course you will develop a range of practical and theoretical engineering skills including machining techniques, materials science, mathematics and drawing design. Many students who enjoy and successfully complete this course progress onto the L3 in Engineering or employment in the engineering sector.

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  • Level 3 Engineering Technician Apprenticeship

    Adults (19+),
    School Leavers (16-18)

    Engineering Technicians take responsibility for the quality and accuracy of the work they undertake within the limits of their personal authority. They also need to be able to demonstrate a core set of behaviours in order to be competent in their job role, complement wider business strategy and development. This will enable them to support their long term career development.

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  • Maintenance Operations Engineering Technician - Level 3 (Apprentices)

    Adults (19+),
    School Leavers (16-18)

    Maintenance Operation Engineering Technicians will work on various types of plant and equipment commonly found throughout the Engineering Industry sectors. The Technicians can be expected to migrate through these sectors during the course of their careers. Dependent upon the sector that they are employed in there may be subtle differences in terms of the composition and application of the plant and equipment. However, the fundamental principles of operation will be the same regardless.

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