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T Level in Design & Development for Engineering & Manufacturing
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|L3 T Level Design & Development for Engineering & Manufacturing (Mechanical Engineering) - Programme (FW49_PW385)||05/09/2022||07/07/2024||CEMAST||£0.00||
|L3 T Level Design & Development for Engineering & Manufacturing (Electrical Engineering) - Programme (FW49_PW386)||05/09/2022||07/07/2024||CEMAST||£0.00||
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Information about this Course
Study Type Subcategory
Engineering & Manufacturing
You will need a grade 5 in Mathematics, a grade 5 in Science
(Physics or double award), a grade 4 in English Language and a grade 4 in two
qualification will help you gain an understanding of the engineering industry
and the sector and you will cover topics in the Engineering core element such
Communication in design
A learner will
have the choice of studying one standalone Occupational Specialism as listed
qualification focuses on the development of knowledge and skills needed for
working in the Engineering industry.
has an extensive employer network with local employers who will contribute to
the knowledge and delivery of training. Employers will provide demonstrations
and talks on the industry and where possible work placements will also be
provided by the employer. The industry Placement part of the T Level course will
last between 45-60 days in total (at least 315 hours). The exact length of the
placement and when you’ll complete it depends on your chosen subject. Placements
can be taken as a ‘block’ or as individual days however it varies depending on
your chosen industry.
This Technical Qualification is intended for students who want to
progress to a career in the engineering or manufacturing sector. Progression
could include direct employment, Apprenticeship or Higher Education study at