Introduction to land-based machinery operations
Undertake work related experience in the land-based industries
Monitor and maintain health and safety in a land-based engineering Work Area
Land-based engineering operations - applying mechanical principles
Land-based engineering operations - understand how to use, service and maintain tools and equipment
Land-based engineering operations - material preparation, shaping and assembling
Land-based engineering operations - carry out servicing and maintenance on land-based equipment
a minimum of 2 GCSEs at Grade D or above to include English Language or equivalent qualifications
Learning and assessment
The course is mainly practical based with all course related lessons being held in a workshop environment. Machinery construction, operation, maintenance and repair are also included, to enable students to carry out a wide range of fundamental workshop tasks. You will undertake a small series of written and practical assessments as well as learning the basic science and IT used in the mechanised operations.
Assessments will include both written assignments and practical work. There are no formal examinations on the Level 2 Diploma.
Level 2 students can progress to level 3 programmes subject to published entry requirements and satisfactory performance at level 2.
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Specialist Clothing and Equipment: Clean overalls and suitable protective footwear can be purchased with College logo during the first 3 weeks at College.
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