Our engineering & technology courses offer an exciting and unique academic and vocational blend for students with a passion for ‘making things’.
The world of engineering, manufacturing and maintenance is always evolving to keep pace with new innovations. our hands-on courses equip students with practical skills in a range of disciplines, including milling, turning, welding and sheet metal work.
In a world which is driven by ever-increasing efficiency, there is a need for industry to look at employees who are multi-skilled.
Our courses offer something for students of every level, whether it is practical units such as wiring electrical equipment and circuits, or more advanced tuition in areas such as practical automation and robotics. These skills are highly sought-after by employers right now.
Did you know: We offer work experience to star students in the world of Formula One motor racing, through a partnership with the Mercedes AMG High Performance Powertrains Division.
ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY COURSES ARE PERFECT FOR A CAREER IN…
- CNC Machining
- Aerospace and Automotive
- Foundry Patternmaking
- Sheet Metal Work
|Electrical Installation Level 1||Engineering||Assessment of the skills attained during the course will be short practical electrical assemblies which are assessed by the tutor. Tutor marked short written tests will be used to provide evidence of electrical basic theory required by the awarding body. You'll produce portfolios will be assessed by the college and City and Guilds.|
|Electrical Installations Level 2||Engineering||City & Guilds online examination and practical assessments.|
|Engineering - Foundation Diploma Level 3||Engineering||You will be assessed through a number of assignments, coursework and exam-based.|
|Engineering - Technical Diploma Level 2||Engineering|
|Engineering Level 1||Engineering||Assignments (one per unit, there are 3 units) assess practical activities. Assessment components are graded (Pass, Merit, Distinction). A pass is the achievement level required for the knowledge and understanding and generally represents the ability t|
|Engineering Level 2||Engineering||The mandatory core units 201 Working in engineering and 202 Principles of engineering technology are assessed by a City & Guilds online multiple-choice assessment, the remaining Principles of units are assessed by a short answer question paper. Al|
|Engineering Level 3||Engineering||End tests, assignments, practical tasks are all examples of the types of assessments on this course.|
|HND in General Engineering Level 5||Engineering||A range of assessment methods are used which include assignments, a portfolio of evidence, observations and work based projects.|