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The retail automotive sector employs over 500,000 people with a turnover of 146 billion a year, whilst the Engineering sector employs in the region of 5.5 million with a 450 billion contribution to Britains GDP. This programme is suitable for those individuals who wish to undertake a qualification which will support their progress into industry, either directly or after completion of further full time study or an Apprenticeship. http://www.autocity.org.uk/world-of-work http://www.engineeringuk.com/Research/At-a-glance-2016/
4 GCSEs at grade A*-E as well as a genuine interest in the automotive or engineering industries. Candidates will be required to undertake BKSB assessment in Maths and English, and attend a College interview.
This qualification is designed to engage and motivate students who are interested in engineering or motor vehicle, but do not currently meet the entry criteria. You will be given the opportunity to develop your knowledge and skills to access the pathway you chose. There will be a strong emphasis on progressing your maths and English, both within the engineering and motor vehicle workshops and in theory sessions. This is in addition to dedicated English and Maths lessons. You will also be encouraged to develop your independent study skills.
This will be achieved through project work, both individual and collaborative, which will include the following: - Bench fitting- the essentials basics of measuring, cutting and filing of materials. - Basic engineering practices such as lathe work & joining processes. - Basic automotive technology such as Engines, chassis, and electrical. During the project, you will be working to industry standards of health and safety at all times. You will keep a portfolio of evidence, some of which may be used as APL if you progress to a full time Motor vehicle or Engineering course.
You will need to provide suitable overalls and safety boots which must always be worn during all workshop activities, as well as a folder for your learning materials and pens as you will be expected to keep a record of your learning. If you are aged 16-18 the programme is fully funded. If you are aged 19+, fees may apply.
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