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Start Date: September 2010 End Date: June 2012 Venue: Coleg Powys Newtown Tutor: Nick Harris Who is this course for? This particular pathway is a multi-skilled approach that leads to a wide variety of skills and knowledge. The City & Guilds Certificate in Engineering has been designed for those candidates who: Wish to become an engineer Are thinking about engineering as a career but would like some experience of the job role first Are new to the industry Are looking for a career change Wish to learn new skills Previous knowledge required: You will need to have satisfactory levels of literacy and numeracy. It would be advantageous to possess good grade GCSE's in Maths and a Science/Technology subject. You should have a strong interest in engineering, be well motivated and have an aptitude for practical work. All applicants must complete a satisfactory interview. Applications from mature candidates are particularly welcomed even though they may not possess the necessary entrance qualifications. What will I study? On this course, time will be spent on the practical tasks and activities associated with a Multi-Skilled Engineer. If you are a practically minded person this could be the course for you. You will study subjects including: Engineering and Environmental Health and Safety Principles of Welding Health and Safety MMA - Manual Metal Arc MIG - Metal Inert Gas TIG - Tungsten Inert GasPneumatics What else will I do? EAL Level 2 Keys skills - Working with Others, Improving your Own Learning and Problem Solving Depending upon pathway chosen: Ist year of the City and Guilds Level 3 Certificate in Engineering (Welding Pathway) How will I be assessed? There will be a combination of examinations and coursework. What will I achieve? City and Guilds Level 3 Certificate in Engineering (Multi-skilled Pathway) What can I do afterwards? Following successful completion of this course you could either progress to a higher level qualification or a career within the Engineering industry Materials required: There are no specific materials required for this course. Additional information about this course: The Certificate in Engineering provides the knowledge required to achieve an Advanced Modern Apprenticeship.

Start Date: September 2010 End Date: June 2012 Venue: Coleg Powys Newtown Tutor: Nick Harris Who is this course for? This particular pathway is a multi-skilled approach that leads to a wide variety of skills and knowledge. The City & Guilds Certificate in Engineering has been designed for those candidates who: Wish to become an engineer Are thinking about engineering as a career but would like...

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