This course is designed to increase the students level of basic skills and underpinning knowledge gained at Level 1 and focus more on welding and fabrication skills.
This course is designed for 16-18 year old and adult learners, the course will include a substantial amount of careers related learning designed to support progression to the suitable next step, this could include educational trips, employability skills and employer encounters such as guest speakers. For 16-18 year old learners this will be delivered as a study programme which includes math and English where applicable and work experience.
The course can lead on to possible employment and commencement of an Apprenticeship.
4 GCSEs at grade D/3 or higher including English or maths OR a Level 1 related qualification PLUS grade D/3 or higher in Maths or English.
Entry criteria will be applied at the discretion of the course manager.
All students aged 16 -19 are required to study Functional Skills English & maths qualifications or GCSE English & maths if not already awarded a grade C/4 or higher in these subjects. If you have a grade D/3 at GCSE you will study English &/or maths GCSE. Students with a grade lower than D/3 will work towards GCSE through the study of English & maths Functional Skills.
Students aged 19+ are strongly encouraged to take relevant English & maths qualifications to support progression into further or higher education, training or employment.
This course is suitable for school leavers and adults who have an interest in fabrication and welding and may want a career in the fabrication and welding industry.
The course includes both practical and theoretical aspects of the fabrication and welding industry. You may have the opportunity to visit engineering companies throughout the course.
PEO 2 Units:
Producing Fabrication Components and Assemblies
Joining Materials by Welding - Processes MMA, MIGS
Related Engineering Knowledge and Practical Components
All LMC students will receive tutorial support.
This course is assessed by practical work which will be reinforced by underpinning knowledge and understanding of basic principles related to the fabrication and welding industry.
On completion of this course you will receive Level 2 NVQ in Performing Engineering Operations.
Studying on the business course at LMC will open up numerous doors for your future, so if you can see business as a key part of your future and are prepared to seize every opportunity, our course will be the most amazing thing you ever sign up for.
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