The T Level in Engineering, Manufacturing, Processing and Control is made up of the following components:
Technical Qualification: Engineering Common Core and Occupational Specialism (one of the following pathways will be followed: Fitting and Assembly Technologies, Machining and Tool Making Technologies, Fabrication and Welding Technologies) and the Industry Placement.
You must achieve GCSE grades 5 or above in English Language, Maths and Science.
Teaching will include classroom, workshop, project activities and a minimum of 45 days industry placement. In terms of assessment, students must complete the following: - Two externally set tests covering knowledge from the engineering maintenance core content - One employer set project covering knowledge and skills from engineering core - One practical assignment made up of a number of tasks covering the knowledge and skills from the chosen occupational specialisms.
You will require a good understanding of Math's and English and should achieve a minimum of grade 5 at GCSE including a Science.
You will complete a mandatory industry placement during your two years of study. The placement will be around 45 days where you will be given the opportunity work with an employer and develop career ready skills whilst you study.
The T Level qualification has been developed in collaboration with a number of leading organisations including Nissan, Siemens, Siemens Energy, National Grid, Alstom, The TWI, the Institution of Mechanical Engineers and the Royal Academy of Engineering.
We have excellent Industrial Links with NE Engineering organisations including Envision, Marelli, ZF, Haskel Europe, Grundfos, Unipres, Caterpillar and Thyssen Krupp.
This is a full-time course delivered over 2 years, including an industry placement.
This is a full time course delivered over 2 years.
Students will benefit from additional study programme hours for the T Level in Engineering, Manufacturing, Processing and Control with 680 hours of delivery. Content is delivered by our qualified teaching staff who posses extensive experience in the engineering and manufacturing sectors.
Your timetable will be confirmed at the start of term.
T Levels have been designed by key employers in the Engineering and Manufacturing Sector. They are a brand new two-year programme choice that follow GCSEs and could give you a head start towards the engineering career you want.
T Levels are a smart choice to start your engineering career which keeps your future options open. T Levels have a practical approach to learning with real on the job experience.
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Progression from a Engineering & Manufacturing T Level will be into one of the following routes:
– Apprenticeship in Occupational Specialism/Trade*
– Higher Apprenticeship (Level 4, Level 5 & Level 6)
– Higher Education
* For progression into an apprenticeship the centre and employer will conduct an initial assessment and recognise prior learning. The centre, employer and apprentice will then agree on the duration of the accelerated apprenticeship.
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