Employability Skills Development Your study programme includes employability skills development, careers information, support and guidance on progression opportunities. How will the course be taught? Lectures, discussions, independent research and practical and written tasks. How will I know how well I am doing? Are there any additional costs?
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What course can I do next? You can progress onto: Level 3 Engineering Alternatively you could look for an Apprenticeship or entry level employment. How do I join the course?
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Engineering | Lincoln College
Your email address will not be published. We also share information about your use of this site with our advertising and social media partners. Engineering Level 2 Course Overview This higher level course is for those who want to be working with their hands, learning practical skills that are aimed towards the Engineering Industry.
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Who is the course aimed at? What are the entry requirements?
Plus a demonstrable interest in Engineering. An interview forms part of the enrolment process Initial Assessments relation to English and Maths A colour blindness test is required if you particularly wish to study the electrical unit. What qualifications will I gain?
EAL How will I learn? How will I be assessed? What can I do after this course? Are there any additional costs? What funding is available?
For funding information, please refer to our Funding page. What organisations does the College work with on this course? This book covers the mandatory units , general support units and option units required to deliver a full NVQ programme. Key Skills activities are also provided at the relevant points through the book. Appendix IV Length of chords for various pitch circle diameters.
Appendix V Example orthographic drawing firstangle projection.
Mechanical Engineering Diploma - Level 3
Appendix VI Example orthographic drawing thirdangle projection. Appendix VII Drilling speeds and feeds.
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Appendix IX Feed rates for milling.