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Performing Engineering Operations (Mechanical Engineering) - Course

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  • Entry requirements
    Entry requirements Taster day with assessment in English and Maths.
  • Course description
    General information

    This course provides candidates with the foundation basic skills required within mechanical engineering. Subjects areas delivered cover a wide range of engineering skills, which can be adapted throughout many vocational areas. The qualification is nationally recognised and can be used at level 2 to form part of a Foundation Modern Apprenticeship (FMA).

    Course content

    The student is instructed in basic workshop health and safety, whilst carrying out a variety of engineering skills. Working safely in an engineering environment  the units include:

        * Developing yourself and working with others
        * Using Technical Information Engineering
        * Hand fitting techniques
        * Machining techniques.

    Teaching and assessment

    Direct observation of practical activities, carried out and externally set, combined with written knowledge questions provided in our engineering workshops.

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