Maria Miller MP officially opened the doors to the new EV Training Centre on Friday 23 October.
You will cover areas including
maths and communications for technicians,
workshop practices, computer aided design
(CAD), engineering drawing, electrical and
electronic principles, and computer aided
manufacturing. Employment opportunities
range from telecommunications, electronic
and mechanical engineering, design, sales,
quality control, maintenance, manufacturing,
or production engineering.
Five GCSEs at grade 4 or above, including
English, maths and preferable science, or a
relevant Level 2 qualification.
The course is continuously assessed through assignments, projects and case studies. Students will develop a responsible and co-operative approach to working on their own and in groups. The course uses practical activities, presentations and involvement with local businesses wherever possible.
Students may progress to a Higher National Certificate or degree course, or Advanced Apprenticeship.
Employment opportunities range from telecommunications, electronic and mechanical engineering, design, sales, quality control, maintenance, manufacturing, or production engineering.
UCAS points for this course:
Year One: Level 3 BTEC Certificate in Engineering
Year Two: Level 3 BTEC Extended Diploma in Engineering