Engineering Courses

LEVEL 1 CERTIFICATE IN ENGINEERING

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Learn, develop and practice the basic introductory skills required for employment and/or career progression in the Engineering sector. On this course you will learn about working in the sector as well as undertake basic modules to gain an understanding of Engineering. Advance to a Level 2 Diploma in Engineering upon completion.

The Level 1 Certificate in Engineering is an introductory based course in our Engineering course range and is intended for learners who wish to follow an Apprenticeship Programme , career progression within Engineering or wish to develop the skills learnt from other similar qualifications.

This course has 1 mandatory module: Working in Engineering, which is complimented by a choice of 2 (minimum) optional modules such as:

  • Carrying out basic fitting/milling/turning techniques
  • Carrying out mechanical assembly
  • Carrying out electrical assembly
  • Carrying out MIG welding processes

Privately this course would cost £515

Payment option 1: If you pay in full on enrolment you will be entitled to a 5% discount.
Payment option 2: Pay a 30% deposit and then 10 monthly direct debit payments.

 

LEVEL 2 DIPLOMA IN ENGINEERING FABRICATION &
WELDING TECHNOLOGY

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The Level 2 Diploma in Engineering Fabrication & Welding Technology is designed to contribute towards the knowledge and understanding of Engineering. It covers the principles of Engineering Technology including Fabrication and Welding Technology.

It is expected that candidates should have sufficient levels of numeracy and literacy to be able to satisfactorily complete the course of study, these qualifications are provided on our ApprenticeshipNI Programme for eligible candidates.

The Level 2 Diplomas are designed for candidates who wish to progress within their Engineering career or wish to want to further develop skills from previous qualifications.

Students will have 3 mandatory units to complete in this qualification: Working in Engineering, Principles of Engineering Technology and Principles of Fabrication and Welding Technology. These are complimented by a choice Technology based and optional units such as:

  • Welding by Manual Metal Arc process
  • Welding by TIG process
  • Fabricating sheet metalwork
  • Pattern development for plate and sheet metalwork

This qualification is available through the ApprenticeshipNI programme. To find out if you qualify click here

Privately this course would cost £875

Payment option 1: If you pay in full on enrolment you will be entitled to a 5% discount.
Payment option 2: Pay a 30% deposit and then 10 monthly direct debit payments.

LEVEL 2 DIPLOMA IN PERFORMING ENGINEERING OPERATIONS

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The Level 2 Diploma in Performing Engineering Operations focuses on preparing the learner to work in an Engineering environment. On this course you will learn about health and safety practices and working out technical information. There are two pathways on this course: Engineering Practices and Technical Support.

Please see Learning Outcomes below.

This qualification has been designed to cover those learners who are either on the ApprenticeshipNI Programme getting trained from an employer in the Engineering sector or those already employed but require additional engineering competencies as part of an existing job role or to enable career progression.

This course has mandatory units which cover areas which have a common approach such as organisational safety requirements, team working and using technical information.

There are 2 optional pathways, Engineering Practices and Technical Support. Both pathways offer a choice of units applicable to individual workplaces and working environments.

Engineering Practices focuses on modules such as: Producing Mechanical Engineering Drawings using a CAD System. Whilst Technical Support offers learners units such as: Producing Electrical or Electronic Engineering Drawings using a CAD System

To give you an understanding on this course, mandatory units include:

  • Working Safely in an Engineering Environment
  • Carrying Out Engineering Activities Efficiently and Effectively
  • Using and Communicating Technical Information

This qualification is available through the ApprenticeshipNI programme. To find out if you qualify click here

Privately this course would cost £830

Payment option 1: If you pay in full on enrolment you will be entitled to a 5% discount.
Payment option 2: Pay a 30% deposit and then 10 monthly direct debit payments.

LEVEL 3 DIPLOMA IN FABRICATION & WELDING ENGINEERING

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The Level 3 Diploma in Engineering Maintenance is an advanced qualification within our Engineering course range. The mandatory units cover areas such as organisational safety requirements, team working, using technical information and handing over and confirming the completion of the maintenance activity.

The learner can choose from a choice of 12 optional pathways: Mechanical Maintenance, Electrical Maintenance, Electronic Maintenance, Fluid Power Maintenance, Engineered Systems Maintenance, Services Maintenance, Lift Servicing, Lift Repair, Escalator Repair and Service, Communications Electronics Maintenance, Servicing Medical Equipment and Instrumentation and Control Maintenance. These pathways offer a choice of units which should be chosen on the basis of the individual’s workplace and working environments.

This qualification has been designed to cover those learners who are either on the ApprenticeshipNI Programme getting trained from an employer in the Engineering sector or those already employed but require additional engineering competencies as part of an existing job role or to enable career progression.

Learners on this course must achieve 4 mandatory units: Complying with Statutory Regulations and Organisational Safety Requirements, Using and Interpreting Engineering Data and Documentation, Working Efficiently and Effectively in Engineering and Handing Over and Confirming Completion of Maintenance Activities. Then choose a pathway that is relevant to the individual / their workplace.

The learner can choose from a choice of 12 optional pathways: Mechanical Maintenance, Electrical Maintenance, Electronic Maintenance, Fluid Power Maintenance, Engineered Systems Maintenance, Services Maintenance, Lift Servicing, Lift Repair, Escalator Repair and Service, Communications Electronics Maintenance, Servicing Medical Equipment and Instrumentation and Control Maintenance. These pathways offer a choice of units which should be chosen on the basis of the individual’s workplace and working environments.

To give you an understanding of this course, sample optional units (within the pathways) may include:

  • Carrying Out Fault Diagnosis on Mechanical Equipment
  • Testing Electrical Equipment and Circuits
  • Repairing Electronic Equipment
  • Carrying Out Fault Diagnosis on Fluid Power Equipment and Circuits
  • Carrying Out Condition Monitoring of Plant and Equipment
  • Reading and Extracting Information from Service Drawings and Specifications
  • Carrying Out Fault Diagnosis on Medical Equipment
  • Assisting in the Installation of Instrumentation and Control Equipment

This qualification is available through the ApprenticeshipNI programme. To find out if you qualify click here

Privately this course would cost £1,890

Payment option 1: If you pay in full on enrolment you will be entitled to a 5% discount.
Payment option 2: Pay a 30% deposit and then 10 monthly direct debit payments.

 

LEVEL 3 DIPLOMA IN ENGINEERING MAINTENANCE

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The Level 3 Diploma in Engineering Maintenance is an advanced qualification within our Engineering course range. The mandatory units cover areas such as organisational safety requirements, team working, using technical information and handing over and confirming the completion of the maintenance activity.

The learner can choose from a choice of 12 optional pathways: Mechanical Maintenance, Electrical Maintenance, Electronic Maintenance, Fluid Power Maintenance, Engineered Systems Maintenance, Services Maintenance, Lift Servicing, Lift Repair, Escalator Repair and Service, Communications Electronics Maintenance, Servicing Medical Equipment and Instrumentation and Control Maintenance. These pathways offer a choice of units which should be chosen on the basis of the individual’s workplace and working environments.

This qualification has been designed to cover those learners who are either on the ApprenticeshipNI Programme getting trained from an employer in the Engineering sector or those already employed but require additional engineering competencies as part of an existing job role or to enable career progression.

Learners on this course must achieve 4 mandatory units: Complying with Statutory Regulations and Organisational Safety Requirements, Using and Interpreting Engineering Data and Documentation, Working Efficiently and Effectively in Engineering and Handing Over and Confirming Completion of Maintenance Activities. Then choose a pathway that is relevant to the individual / their workplace.

The learner can choose from a choice of 12 optional pathways: Mechanical Maintenance, Electrical Maintenance, Electronic Maintenance, Fluid Power Maintenance, Engineered Systems Maintenance, Services Maintenance, Lift Servicing, Lift Repair, Escalator Repair and Service, Communications Electronics Maintenance, Servicing Medical Equipment and Instrumentation and Control Maintenance. These pathways offer a choice of units which should be chosen on the basis of the individual’s workplace and working environments.

To give you an understanding of this course, sample optional units (within the pathways) may include:

  • Carrying Out Fault Diagnosis on Mechanical Equipment
  • Testing Electrical Equipment and Circuits
  • Repairing Electronic Equipment
  • Carrying Out Fault Diagnosis on Fluid Power Equipment and Circuits
  • Carrying Out Condition Monitoring of Plant and Equipment
  • Reading and Extracting Information from Service Drawings and Specifications
  • Carrying Out Fault Diagnosis on Medical Equipment
  • Assisting in the Installation of Instrumentation and Control Equipment

This qualification is available through the ApprenticeshipNI programme. To find out if you qualify click here

Privately this course would cost £2,310

Payment option 1: If you pay in full on enrolment you will be entitled to a 5% discount.
Payment option 2: Pay a 30% deposit and then 10 monthly direct debit payments.

LEVEL 3 DIPLOMA IN MECHANICAL MANUFACTURING ENGINEERING

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The Level 3 Diploma in Fabrication and Welding Engineering is an advanced qualification within our Engineering course range. Similar to the Level 2 Diploma, this level covers mandatory units in areas such as organisational safety requirements, team working and using technical information.

A learner can choose from 9 pathways with this course: Manual Welding, Welding Machine Setting and Operating, Sheetmetal Working, Plateworking, Structural Steelwork, Pipe and Tube Fabrication, Rail Welding. These pathways offer a choice of units which should be chosen on the basis of the individual’s workplace and working environments.

This qualification has been designed to cover those learners who are either on the ApprenticeshipNI Programme getting trained from an employer in the Engineering sector or those already employed but require additional engineering competencies as part of an existing job role or to enable career progression.

Learners must achieve 3 mandatory units: Complying with Statutory Regulations and Organisational Safety Requirements, Using and Interpreting Engineering Data and Documentation and Working Efficiently and Effectively in Engineering. Then choose a  pathway that best compliments their job role or career path, to give you an understanding of this course, sample optional units (within the pathways) may include:

  • Welding Materials by the Manual Metal Arc Process
  • Resolving Engineering Problems
  • Marking Out Components for Metalwork
  • Cutting Sheetmetal to Shape using Hand and Machine Tools
  • Developing and Marking Out Templates for Metalwork
  • Operating CNC Fabrication Equipment
  • Cutting and Shaping Materials using Portable Thermal Cutting Equipment
  • Restore Rails to Operational Condition using an Arc Welding Process

This qualification is available through the ApprenticeshipNI programme. To find out if you qualify click here

Privately this course would cost £1,215

Payment option 1: If you pay in full on enrolment you will be entitled to a 5% discount.
Payment option 2: Pay a 30% deposit and then 10 monthly direct debit payments.

 

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