City and Guilds Mechanical Engineering [Mechanical engineering]

City and Guilds Mechanical Engineering

City and Guilds (2850-25) Diploma in Engineering Maintenance

Study Mode: Full Time
Course Code: QET2ZE21
Course Level: Level 2

Where will this course lead?

Aerospace Engineering offers many fantastic career paths, including the design, manufacture and maintenance of aircraft. For maintenance, if you prefer the idea of a hands-on role, it requires practically-minded people with the opportunity to work 'up-close' on aircraft.

Aircraft engineers maintain, inspect, repair and service aircraft to achieve EASA internationally - approved licenses and sustain aviation's high safety standards all over the world.

Specialising in either "Mechanical" and/or "Avionics", qualified aircraft engineers work for airlines, maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO) divisions of aerospace manufacturers or specialist aircraft maintenance companies.

There are also military routes whilst the General Aviation (GA) community, which spans a huge range of activities from Flying Clubs to Business jets (below 5700Kg) and airlines (above 5700Kg) also require qualified engineers to maintain their fleets.

What will I study?

General engineering maintenance skills which can be applied to a variety of potential engineering career paths (not just the aviation industry).

Units covered include:

Unit 201: Working in Engineering
Unit 202: Principles of Engineering Technology
Unit 208: Principles of Maintenance Technology
Unit 206: Using Bench Fitting Techniques
Unit 209: Assembling and Maintaining Fluid Power Systems
Unit 217: Fabricating Sheet Metalwork


Support towards the GCSE Mathematics
Support towards the GCSE/Functional Skills in English

How will this course be delivered?

Lecturers will provide both theory and practical lessons in support of the assessment criteria dictated by City & Guilds.

What qualifications will I get?

City & Guilds 2850-25 Diploma in Engineering

How will I be assessed?

Two of the units will have an internet based on-line multiple choice exam.
The other units will have a City & Guilds/College devised theory or practical examination associated with it.

How do I get a place on the course?

Telephone (0121 678 7000) or use our website - to arrange for a suitable interview.

Bring with you:

-Any existing qualifications/certificates
-GCSE result confirmation sheets

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