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Course Content Award: Advanced Apprenticeship What's it all about?: We will train you to a very high standard in the methods used in mechanical engineering plumbing systems but also help you design, construct, commission and decommission, operate and maintain these installations. Progression: Successful completion will greatly enhance employment opportunities and progression. Entry Requirements: You will undertake various assessments so we can ascertain at which levels you are currently working. Duration: Four years (day release) Business Benefits: Off the job up-to-date training is provided free for charge in most cases. The employer is investing in future qualified skilled staff. Course Overview What does the course involve?: Advanced Apprenticeships are for learners employed as an Apprentice by a local company. Funding is guaranteed by the Government for the training, with priority being given to learners starting aged 16 to 18 years. We can assist in matching learners to employers. The course content will include: ? NVQ: level 3 in mechanical engineering services - plumbing (domestic), level 2 in mechanical engineering services - plumbing (domestic) ? Technical certificate: Certificate in Basic Plumbing Studies Level 2, Certificate in Plumbing Studies Level 3, Gas Systems and Appliances ? Key skills: application of number level 2, communication at level 2. When can I study?: Tuesdays, 8.45am - 5.00pm Are there any exams?: Assessment is carried out on and off the job and day release at Kings Road. Course Facts Apply Now Start Date: Various End Date: Four years. Two years if you have successfully completed an Apprenticeship. Course Type: Part-time Location: Various Course Fees: If you are aged 16-18, due to Government funding, tuition fees are not applicable for your course (Please note: this does not apply to foundation degrees). Instalments: Material Fees: If you are aged 16-19, due to Government funding, fees are not applicable. Level: Advanced Course Code: AP3 Certain part-time courses may become full-time courses if additional courses are taken. If you are aged 16-18, due to Government funding, tuition fees are not applicable for your course (Please note: this does not apply to foundation degrees). Please note that fees quoted apply to courses starting in the academic year 2009/10 (August 2009 - July 2010). There may be a slight increase in fees for courses starting 2010/11.

Course Content Award: Advanced Apprenticeship What's it all about?: We will train you to a very high standard in the methods used in mechanical engineering plumbing systems but also help you design, construct, commission and decommission, operate and maintain these installations. Progression: Successful completion will greatly enhance employment opportunities and progression. Entry Requirements:...

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