Mechanical Engineering First Diploma

Tresham College of Further and Higher Education

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Important information

  • Course
  • Corby
  • Duration:
    1 Year
Description

You will develop practical mechanical skills including turning, milling, grinding together with engineering principles theory. Welding and Maintenance will also be aspects of engineering that will be studied. This course includes a variety of modules including engineering materials, science for technicians, mechanical principles and mathematics for technicians. Key Skills will form part of.

Important information

Requirements: A range of GCSEs at D or above including Maths, English and preferably Science or equivalent OR A relevant equivalent Level 1 qualification with equivalent literacy and preferably numeracy. Entry is subject to a successful interview.

Venues

Where and when

Starts Location
On request
Corby
George Street, NN17 1QA, Northamptonshire, England
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Course programme

Mechanical Engineering First Diploma
  • Venue:
    George Street Campus, Corby
  • Duration:
    One Year
  • Start At:
    September 2010
  • Level of Study:
    Intermediate (Level 2)
Mechanical Engineering First Diploma Entry Requirements
  • A range of GCSEs at D or above including Maths, English and preferably Science or equivalent OR
  • A relevant equivalent Level 1 qualification with equivalent literacy and preferably numeracy.
Entry is subject to a successful interview.

Content
You will develop practical mechanical skills including turning, milling, grinding together with engineering principles theory. Welding and Maintenance will also be aspects of engineering that will be studied. This course includes a variety of modules including engineering materials, science for technicians, mechanical principles and mathematics for technicians.

Key Skills will form part of your final qualification.

Progression
You will have the opportunity during this course to take part in a various enrichment activities throughout the programme.

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