Performing Engineering Operations Level 2

In Belfast City

Price on request

Description

  • Typology

    NVQ

  • Location

    Belfast city (Northern Ireland)

Description

To gain knowledge and skills on Performing Engineering Operations Level 2. Suitable for new entrants to the industry via the Modern Apprenticeship, and may be used as the basis for adult re-training programmes.

Facilities

Location

Starts

Belfast City (County Antrim)
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Interpoint 20-24 York Street, BT15 1AQ

Starts

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Course programme

The qualification has units for basic engineering skills such as Mechanical, Electrical & Electronic and Fabrication & Welding, plus additional units in a range of other skills.

This qualification can be obtained by following either one of two pathways, Engineering Practices or Technical Support.

Candidates following the Engineering Practices pathway must complete the three Mandatory units, plus three more of the Optional units.

Candidates following the Technical Support pathway must complete the three Mandatory units plus five more of the Optional units, as indicated under the Technical Support pathway heading.

Engineering Practices Pathway
Mandatory units: All three units must be completed

  • Unit 1: Working Safely in an Engineering Environment
  • Unit 2: Working Efficiently and Effectively in Engineering
  • Unit 3: Using and Communicating Technical Information

Optional Units: Candidates must complete three more units from the following:
Note:
Only one unit from 4, 32 and 61 may be included in the candidate’s choice of three.

  • Unit 4: Producing Mechanical Engineering Drawings using a CAD System
  • Unit 5: Producing Components using Hand Fitting Techniques
  • Unit 6: Producing Mechanical Assemblies
  • Unit 7: Forming and Assembling Pipework Systems
  • Unit 8: Carrying Out Aircraft Detail Fitting Activities
  • Unit 9: Installing Aircraft Mechanical Fasteners
  • Unit 10: Producing Aircraft Detail Assemblies
  • Unit 11: Preparing and Using Lathes for Turning Operations
  • Unit 12: Preparing and Using Milling Machines
  • Unit 13: Preparing and Using Grinding Machines
  • Unit 14: Preparing and Proving CNC Machine Tool Programs
  • Unit 15: Preparing and Using CNC Turning Machines
  • Unit 16: Preparing and Using CNC Milling Machines
  • Unit 17: Preparing and Using CNC Machining Centres
  • Unit 18: Preparing and Using Industrial Robots
  • Unit 19: Maintaining Mechanical Devices and Equipment
  • Unit 20: Assembling and Testing Fluid Power Systems
  • Unit 21: Maintaining Fluid Power Equipment
  • Unit 22: Producing Sheet Metal Components and Assemblies
  • Unit 23: Producing Platework Components and Assemblies
  • Unit 24: Cutting and Shaping Materials using Thermal Cutting Equipment
  • Unit 25: Preparing and Proving CNC Fabrication Machine Tool Programs
  • Unit 26: Preparing and Using CNC Fabrication Machinery
  • Unit 27: Preparing and Using Manual Metal Arc Welding Equipment
  • Unit 28: Preparing and Using Manual TIG or Plasma-arc Welding Equipment
  • Unit 29: Preparing and Using Manual MIG, MAG and Other Continuous Wire Welding Equipment
  • Unit 30: Preparing and Using Manual Gas Welding Equipment
  • Unit 31: Preparing and Using Manual Flame Brazing and Bronze Welding Equipment
  • Unit 32: Producing Electrical or Electronic Engineering Drawings using a CAD System
  • Unit 33: Wiring and Testing Electrical Equipment and Circuits
  • Unit 34: Forming and Assembling Electrical Cable Enclosure and Support Systems
  • Unit 35: Assembling, Wiring and Testing Electrical Panels/Components Mounted in Enclosures
  • Unit 36: Assembling and Testing Electronic Circuits
  • Unit 37: Maintaining Electrical Equipment/Systems
  • Unit 38: Maintaining Electronic Equipment/Systems
  • Unit 39: Maintaining and Testing Process Instrumentation and Control Devices
  • Unit 40: Wiring and Testing Programmable Controller Based Systems
  • Unit 41: Using Wood for Pattern, Modelmaking and Other Engineering Applications
  • Unit 42: Assembling Pattern, Model and Engineering Woodwork Components
  • Unit 43: Producing Composite Mouldings using Wet Lay-up Techniques
  • Unit 44: Producing Composite Mouldings using Pre-Preg Laminating Techniques
  • Unit 45: Producing Composite Mouldings using Resin Infusion Techniques
  • Unit 46: Producing Composite Assemblies
  • Unit 47: Producing Components by Rapid Prototyping Techniques
  • Unit 48: Producing and Preparing Sand Moulds and Cores for Casting
  • Unit 49: Producing and Preparing Molten Materials for Casting
  • Unit 50: Producing Cast Components by Manual Means
  • Unit 51: Fettling, Finishing and Checking Cast Components
  • Unit 52: Finishing Surfaces by Applying Coatings or Coverings
  • Unit 53: Finishing Surfaces by Applying Treatments
  • Unit 54: Carrying Out Heat Treatment of Engineering Materials
  • Unit 55: Carrying Out Hand Forging of Engineering Materials
  • Unit 56: Stripping and Rebuilding Motorsport Vehicles (Pre-Competition)
  • Unit 57: Inspecting a Motorsport Vehicle During a Competition
  • Unit 58: Diagnosing and Rectifying Faults on Motorsport Vehicle Systems (During Competition)
  • Unit 59: Carrying out Maintenance Activities on Motorsport Vehicle Electrical Equipment
  • Unit 60: Stripping and Rebuilding Motorsport Engines (Pre-Competition)
  • Unit 61: Producing CAD Models (Drawings) using a CAD System

Technical Support Pathway
Mandatory units: All three units must be completed

  • Unit 1: Working Safely in an Engineering Environment
  • Unit 2: Working Efficiently and Effectively in Engineering
  • Unit 3: Using and Communicating Technical Information

Optional Units:
Candidates must complete one of the following units:

  • Unit 4: Producing Mechanical Engineering Drawings using a CAD System
  • Unit 32: Producing Electrical or Electronic Engineering Drawings using a CAD System
  • Unit 61: Producing CAD Models (Drawings) using a CAD System

Plus two more of the following units:

  • Unit 62: Producing Engineering Project Plans
  • Unit 63 Using Computer Software Packages to Assist with Engineering Activities
  • Unit 64: Conducting Business Improvement Activities

Plus two more units from the following:

  • Unit 65: General Machining, Fitting and Assembly Applications
  • Unit 66: General Fabrication and Welding Applications
  • Unit 67: General Electrical and Electronic Engineering Applications
  • Unit 68 General Maintenance Engineering Applications

Performing Engineering Operations Level 2

Price on request