Fabrication and Welding Engineering Technology EAL Diploma Level 3

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Excel in your engineering with this course. You will study pattern development, the creation of drawings, and management of fabrication activities. You’ll study optional units such as plate work, metal inert gas (MIG) welding, tungsten inert gas (TIG) welding, manual metal arc (MMA) welding, pattern development, and managing fabrication activities.

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Who is this course for?

If you’re in year 11 or 12 and are looking to take the next steps towards your career these courses are for you. Our vast selection of vocational courses span a range of subjects and combine academic study with practical skills. Study in industry standard facilities and use our industry links to prepare for progression.

Benefits / Skills

  • Be aware of the environment and how engineering impacts it.
  • Maintain health and safety in the workshop.
  • Manage fabrication activities.
  • Create drawings and develop patterns for engineering work.
  • Entry Requirements

    Completion of a relevant level 2 qualification.

    Career Progression

    Progression may include an advanced apprenticeship or relevant employment.

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    Course Details

    Duration

    1 year

    Study Type

    Full time

    Start Date

    13/09/2021

    Course Code

    71454-01

    Course Fee (16-18)

    No fee

    Course Facts

    History

    Take advantage of our bespoke workshops and garages to gain practical experience in a professional environment. Visit our Facebook @EngineeringLCC.

    Labour Market

    There are 2,239 jobs in the engineering technician, electrical engineering and engineering sector in Leeds, this means the sector has increased by 0.9% compared with 2018. (EMSI, 2019).

    Student Testimonial

    “I have cerebral palsy but I don’t let this hold me back. I get to spend every day doing something I love and learning more about it.” Nathan Hodgson Automotive Engineering student.
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