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Marine Engineering (PEO) NVQ Level 2 About the course: The marine industry needs people that can not only talk confidently about boats but more importantly can undertake rebuild and maintenance to their engines and ancillary systems to the highest standards. This course is focused on assisting you in gaining those skills and your ability to demonstrate repeatable quality of workmanship. This qualification comprises of 6 units and is run for students who have either completed our level 1 course or have gained some skills out in industry and wish to pursue a career in the marine sector. Course Content: PEO2/001 : Working Safely In An Engineering Environment PEO2/002 : Working Efficiently And Effectively In Engineering PEO2/003 : Using And Communicating Technical Information PEO2/005 : Producing Components Using Hand Fitting Techniques PEO2/011 : Preparing And Using Lathes For Turning Operations PEO2/012 : Preparing And Using Milling Machines Equipment Requirements: Safety footwear, Overalls, Pen/Pencil/eraser, and Drawing Equipment as specified. Assessment: There are no formal examinations in this qualification, assessments are undertaken on work completed throughout the year. Progression: City and Guilds level 2 and/or level 3 in Boat Building or a BTEC National qualification at level 3 in Marine Business or Marine Engineering/Design. Code : Time : Duration : Day : Tuition Fee : Admin Fee B02321 002 07/09/2009 - 25/06/2010 Not specified 1015 125

Marine Engineering (PEO) NVQ Level 2 About the course: The marine industry needs people that can not only talk confidently about boats but more importantly can undertake rebuild and maintenance to their engines and ancillary systems to the highest standards. This course is focused on assisting you in gaining those skills and your ability to demonstrate repeatable quality of workmanship. This...

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