City & Guilds Mechanical Engineering [Mechanical engineering]

City & Guilds Mechanical Engineering

Maintenance Engineering City & Guilds Diploma Level 2

Course Code: EMACE Learning Aim Code: 60008805 Full-time / Part-time: Part-time Duration: One Year Campus: Paget Road

Is this the right course for me?

The City & Guilds Diploma Maintenance Engineering - Level 2 qualification is ideally suited if you are working in the manufacturing industry. It forms part of the intermediate apprenticeship framework.

The Diploma provides an entry level qualification into manufacturing in which you will learn basic working practices such as how a maintenance function is organised, pneumatic, hydraulic and mechanical systems, practical workshop skills, safe working practices and engineering communication, as well as developing skills in using core engineering equipment to carry out a range of maintenance tasks.

On completion of the course you will be able to progress to an advanced apprenticeship and a Level 3 qualification.

What will I learn?

During the course you will study the following modules:

  • Working in engineering
  • Principles of engineering technology
  • Principles of maintenance technology
  • Assembling and maintaining fluid power systems
  • Maintenance of mechanical devices and equipment

What skills will I gain?

By studying this course you will:

  • Develop your understanding of engineering principles
  • Gain an understanding of technical information and its application in a working environment
  • Develop an appreciation of maintenance procedures in the manufacturing industry
  • Learn how to apply theoretical knowledge to solve engineering problems

How will I be assessed?

Throughout the course you will be assessed in the following ways:

  • Observation of piratical tasks
  • On-line tests

What can I do next?

Completion of the course will enable you to progress to:

  • An advanced apprenticeship
  • City & Guilds Level 3 Diploma in Maintenance Engineering

What are the Entry Requirements?

To access this course you are required to:

  • Be on an existing industry-based apprenticeship programme OR
  • Have a Level 1 qualification in a relevant subject OR
  • Have Four or more GCSESs at Grade E or above


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FAQ

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Is there anyone who currently undertaking City and Guilds, UK Mechanical Engineering course? ? | Yahoo Answers

what difference between UK mechanical engineering or any where mechanical engineering ?
the same scientific content and knowledge

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What are the best cities in the USA to find internships in Mechanical Engineering? - Quora

I can vouch for Boston. This is probably in no small part due to the fact that Northeastern hooks up it's students with over a hundred co-ops (6 month paid internships) per semester. This, along with other schools do similar things (although not as well), creates an environment where almost ever engineer at every company has either had a co-op or been one himself.

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