Engineering Technical Support N/SVQ Technical Services


In Hamilton

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  • Location

    Hamilton (Scotland)

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 levels.
Suitable for: These N/SVQs are suitable for those seeking recognition of their competence in one or more of a wide variety of activities.

Important information

Government funding available



Start date

Hamilton (North Lanarkshire)
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Suite 15, The Beckford Business Centre, 28 Beckford St, ML3 0BT

Start date

On request

About this course

There are no entry requirements or age restrictions for this qualification. They are open to any candidate who has the potential to meet the requirements for the qualifications.

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Course programme

N/SVQs are based on national industry standards. They recognise that candidates who have demonstrated their ability to reach the standard have the skill and associated knowledge to work safely and competently at the appropriate level in their chosen area. Those not completing the full qualification can gain a certificate for the units they have achieved.

Structure of the Qualification

The candidate is required to complete the three mandatory assessment routes, plus the required number of assessment routes from their choice of pathway.

Mandatory Assessment Routes

  • Complying with statutory regulations and organisational safety requirements
  • Using and interpreting engineering data and documentation
  • Working efficiently and effectively in engineering

Pathway TSE: Technical Services

The candidate is required to complete all three mandatory assessment routes and all of Group A, plus a further three assessment routes, where one must be from Group B. The remaining two assessment routes can be completed from either Group B or Group C.

Group A

  • Resolving engineering problems

Group B

  • Planning engineering activities
  • Implementing engineering activities
  • Monitoring engineering activities
  • Producing technical information for engineering activities
  • Obtaining resources for engineering activities
  • Obtaining and controlling materials for engineering activities
  • Providing technical sales and marketing support for engineering activities
  • Implementing quality control systems and procedures in an engineering environment
  • Scheduling engineering activities H/103/8654
  • Determining engineering requirements for the supply of products or services
  • Carrying out condition monitoring of engineering plant and equipment
  • Carrying out fault diagnosis on engineering plant and equipment

Group C

  • Providing technical advice and guidance on engineering activities
  • Carrying out project management of engineering activities
  • Developing and maintaining effective customer relationships
  • Handing over and exchanging responsibility for control of engineering activities
  • Carrying out health and safety risk assessments on engineering activities
  • Producing contractual agreements to supply or procure goods or services for engineering activities

Modern Apprenticeships are aimed at those aged 16 or above and capable of achieving a vocational qualification (VQ) at Level Two or above. The programme can be used to train existing employees or new employees. Any company in Scotland - whatever its size - can take part in the programme. Potential trainees need to get a job before they can take part in the programme. People without a job, however, can contact a local training company such as ourselves AD Services (Scotland) Ltd.

Engineering Technical Support N/SVQ Technical Services

Price on request