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Engineering T Level

Level 3 - Advanced

Engineering T Level

This course is suitable for anyone wanting a career in engineering. There are two pathways for the engineering technical component:-

  • Maintenance engineering technologies: Mechanical
  • Maintenance engineering technologies: Control

This is a two-year program, developed to meet the requirements of industry that prepares you for employment within your chosen discipline.

Industry placements are intended to provide students with the opportunity to develop the knowledge, skills and behaviours required for skilled employment in their chosen occupation and which are less easily attainable by completing a qualification alone. As part of achieving the overall T Level programme, students are required to complete a 315 – 350 hours (45 – 50 days) industry placement. Industrial experience will be a real industrial experience further developing the practical skills developed during the lesson.

 

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Location
Entry
Fees
When

James Watt College

02-09-2024

£0.00*

TBC
* Courses are free for 16-18s. Students aged 19 or over could be charged fees and is subject to a fee assessment. Learners on benefits in the majority of cases courses are also free. Fee assessments are completed at enrolment.

Course Length: 35 Weeks

You will need 5 GCSEs at a minimum of a grade 5 to include English, maths and a science.

This course is full time – Monday to Friday for 2 years (including work placement as required).

Assignment is through projects, exams, tests, and controlled assessment.

Students can also use this T Level to do a related higher-level apprenticeship, Higher National in Construction or a degree course.

Engineering common core in:-

  • Unit 1 Working within the engineering and manufacturing sectors
  • Unit 2 Engineering and manufacturing past, present, and future
  • Unit 3 Engineering representations
  • Unit 4 Essential mathematics for engineering and manufacturing
  • Unit 5 Essential science for engineering and manufacturing
  • Unit 6 Materials and their properties
  • Unit 7 Mechanical principles
  • Unit 8 Electrical and electronic principles
  • Unit 9 Mechatronics
  • Unit 10 Engineering and manufacturing control systems
  • Unit 11 Quality management
  • Unit 12 Health and safety principles and coverage
  • Unit 13 Business, commercial and financial awareness
  • Unit 14 Professional responsibilities, attitudes, and behaviours
  • Unit 15 Stock and asset management
  • Unit 16 Continuous improvement
  • Unit 17 Project and programme management

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