Level 2 Intermediate Apprenticeship in Engineering
Engineering remains one of the UK’s most important industries, offering a diverse range of challenging employment opportunities, from tool making to aircraft fitting and from machine maintenance to water treatment services.
Companies in the Coventry and Warwickshire area have recognised that in order to compete in today’s competitive market; they must not only keep up with rapidly changing technology, but also make sure that their workforce is well qualified and highly skilled. Local employers think that there will be opportunities in particular for people with production and mechanical engineering skills.
Coventry College has many years’ experience in engineering apprentice training.
If you are interested in engineering and the challenge of work, but want to keep learning in a practical way, then this course is for you. You will need to be able to follow instructions and pay close attention to detail, as well as being able to use mathematics.
What does the course involve?
In the first year all apprentices (both level 2 and level 3) attend College to undertake a basic engineering course. This NVQ2 qualification is equivalent to 5 GCSEs at grade A* to C. There will be a further half day a week required if Functional Skills need to be taken.
For the Intermediate (Level 2) Apprenticeship you will then attend College for one day a week in year 2 to obtain a Level 2 Technical Certificate. You will work with your employer for the other four days a week.
Units you’ll study on the Coventry College course:
- Working Safely and Effectively in Engineering
- Interpreting and Using Engineering Information
- Mathematics for Engineering Technicians
- Applied Mechanical and Electrical Science for Engineering
You’ll be able to add optional units depending on what area(s) of Engineering interest you the most.
You should be educated to GCSE level and you may need to complete an initial assessment at College, which will help us guide you to the most appropriate programme to meet your needs. If you do not have a job, the College may be able to help you find one. You will be employed and paid a wage.
Length of study:
Henley & City
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