Part-time Level 2 NVQ Diploma in Performing Engineering Operations (Fabrication & Welding)
58078 Part-time Level 2 NVQ Diploma in Performing Engineering Operations (Fabrication & Welding)
Wakefield City Campus, Margaret Street, Wakefield, WF1 2DH
This course is delivered at Castleford Campus
Telephone: 01924 789 111
If you are employed in the fabrication and welding field of engineering or wish to seek employment in this area, this flexible course will help you to develop your skills.
What will you be learning?
What you will study
You will study units from the EAL Performing Engineering Operations NVQ at Level 2. The number of units can vary but your studies would be expected to satisfy the Intermediate Apprenticeship framework. You will study general topics such as engineering drawing, materials and health and safety. As a fabrication and welding specialist, you will also study welding techniques, gas cutting, sheet metal and thick plate. Other optional units are available for work-based candidates. You may also be expected to attain Functional Skills qualifications at Level 2.
Start Date: September - Flexible
Duration: 1 Year (Part Time)
How is it delivered?
How you will learn
Through training/performance tasks and knowledge tests, which are designed to give you a good basic understanding of mechanical engineering operations or fabrication and welding.
Who can do it?
Age Range: 19+
What will you be working towards?
Skills Sector: Engineering
Awarding Body: EAL/EMTA
Type: Other Learning
Level: Level 2
There are no formal academic entry qualifications. You will need Level 1 Literacy and Numeracy qualifications. If you do not have the relevant level of qualification, we can assess your current level of literacy and/or numeracy.
Lead Provider: Wakefield College
Course Contact: Course Information 01924 789111
Course Timetable: Part-time - one day per week. The programme is likely to last one year.
EAL Level 2 Diploma in Engineering Technology (Fabrication and Welding).
This qualification will enhance your career prospects by proving your capabilities and improving your skills. It could be the first step on the road to a rewarding career in fabrication and welding.
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