Schedule: Week 1- Induction (Health & Safety) Week 2 & 3 - NVQ Competency Training Week 4 - Work Experience (Heritage Rail Centre) and (Medicals D&As) Week 5 - Employability Support Week 6 - PTS (Plus TIC or CSCS or LUCAS)
Full Modern Apprenticeship Qualification in an engineering discipline. Suitable for: anyone meeting Skills Development Scotland Funding Criteria
To develop the general skills required when working in a workshop environment as well as giving the specialised training in shaping products using hand tools. Suitable for: Anyone
This course will enable delegates to: Understand simple electrical theory. Understand, drawings and common component data. Use electrical test equipment to carry out fault finding. Carry out replacement of common electrical components. Be fully aware of dangers and safe working practices. Suitable for: This course is ideally suited for those whose...
To gain knowledge and skills on Aeronautical Engineering Level 3. Suitable for anyone interested in aeronautical engineering level 3.
Suitable for: 16yrs + (open ended age)
The primary objective of the Engineering Technical Support qualifications is to contribute to the development of a skilled workforce as a whole. This can be done where possible by integrating N/SVQs into the organisation's models for personnel and business development and recognising the competence of the people who make up the workforce at all...
Maths & Mechanics AS Level is the first half of the complete Maths & Mechanics A Level syllabus. The Maths & Mechanics course covers 4 of the 6 units from the Pure Mathematics course and syllabus and replaces two of the Pure Mathematics units with Mechanics Paper 1 (AS) and Mechanics Paper 2 (A2). Suitable for: All
Suitable for: This course is especially suitable for technicians and service engineers who have achieved BTEC National or VCE/GNVQ Advanced Engineering with Electronics options and now wish to convert their knowledge, skills and experience into a National Vocational Qualification.
2 vocational areas; Mechanical Engineering and Fabrication and Welding. The two areas offer a broad based foundation in engineering including: Health and Safety. Working with other people on engineering activities. Communicating technical information. Engineering materials. Marking out. Fitting. Machining. Fabrication. Welding. CNC. CAD. Maths
To gain knowledge and skills on Engineering Maintenance Level 3. Suitable for a wide range of maintenance personnel. For those who take a system approach to maintenance and those who retain discipline (e.g. mechanical, electrical) approach.
Suitable for: Those wishing to enter employment in the electrical installation industry