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Level 2 Diploma in Engineering Technologies - Manufacturing Pathway
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|L2 Engineering Technologies (Manufacturing Pathway) Programme||05/09/2022||07/07/2023||CEMAST||£0.00||
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Information about this Course
Engineering & Manufacturing
GCSEs at grade 9-3 including Science, English and Maths.
This course will prepare you to pursue a
career within manufacturing engineering, it covers knowledge and skills relevant
to the sector and provide a hands-on approach to your studies.
The course covers a range of skills and
mathematics and science principles
Computer Aided Drawing (CAD)
manufacturing (3D printing).
Allows the opportunity for progression
into education at Level 3 in Manufacturing Engineering.