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Performing Engineering Operations Level 1 Course Aims: This is a full-time practical engineering course designed to give students basic engineering skills. It is primarily a course for students wishing to progress onto Level 2 in either engineering or technology. Students will use skills requiring the ability to use their hands in an engineering environment, interpret from drawings and document their work. Course Content: Students will study a range of subject areas including: - Engineering processes - Safe working practices - Machining and Fitting - Sheet metal fabrication - Welding Processes including MIG and oxy-acetylene Progression: On successful completion of the course you may progress to the Performing Engineering Operations NVQ Level 2 or other suitable Level 2 courses. Awarding Body: City & Guilds Exam: Product Evidence from Practical Work and Portfolio. Qualification: Performing Engineering Operations NVQ Level 1 - City & Guilds 2251 Level: 1 Professional Appearance: Navy blue overalls and steel toe capped boots must be worn during all practical sessions. Other Costs: Safety Boots & Overalls Duration: 1 year Please Note: Courses are offered subject to viability of group size as defined by Southport College. The information in this leaflet is accurate at the date of printing only. Please refer to Southport College for confirmation.

Performing Engineering Operations Level 1 Course Aims: This is a full-time practical engineering course designed to give students basic engineering skills. It is primarily a course for students wishing to progress onto Level 2 in either engineering or technology. Students will use skills requiring the ability to use their hands in an engineering environment, interpret from drawings and document...

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