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Award in Introduction to Transport & Engineering

This introductory programme combines classroom theory and practical learning to provide a taster in a range of subject areas. Each of the programmes has been carefully crafted to provide you with maximum exposure to the types of skills you will experience in the work environment or within further study with us at Petroc. You will learn from curriculum experts in their field of expertise.

During the one-year programme, you will learn the core knowledge that underpins each industry and you will also develop occupationally-specific skills that will allow you to progress onto a higher level of study within your chosen specialism.

The course encompasses a qualification in transport and engineering.

Some of the units covered within this course could include:
– Introduction to a range of engineering techniques
– Introduction to a range of welding techniques
– Introduction to light vehicle maintenance and repair

You will achieve this by undertaking an assortment of carefully composed study components including core and specialist modules, a tutorial programme, and the opportunity to improve your GCSE maths and English. The course supports you to develop your study skills.

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Sep 2022 : North Devon : Full-time
Course Code : FTB493 (2022)
Level : Level 1
Duration : 36 Weeks
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Course details

Assessments

Assessment method could be through a range of written based assignments, examinations or practical based assessments.

Entry Requirements

You must hold four GCSEs at grade 2 or equivalent (or above), preferably including Maths and English. If you do not have a GCSE grade 4 in Maths and/or English, you’ll continue studying these subjects alongside your chosen course(s). At the end of the year, you are expected to have completed and achieved all the components of your Level 1 Study Programme and improved your Maths and English skills (where applicable) before progressing on to your next course.

Progression

Upon successful completion of this course, you can progress onto the Transition to T Level in Engineering and Manufacturing, Light Vehicle Maintenance and Repair Apprenticeship, or General Arc Welder Apprenticeship.

Facilities and resources

You will study within our Engineering Centre of Excellence which includes high-tech CAD facilities, 3D printing, and a fabrication and welding workshop; as well as our industry-standard vehicle workshop.

Study Programme

Every full-time student at Petroc will have their own Study Programme which will include:

– Your academic or vocational qualification.

– Maths and English Language development – if you have not achieved GCSE grade 4 in either of these subjects.

– Work Experience – hours will vary depending on your qualification and course level.

– Tutor Support – to support your personal, academic and professional development.

– Sustainability – helping you to identify how you can improve the sustainability of your future employment sectors.

– Personal Development Awards – developing six key areas of personal and employability behaviours to prepare you for the working world.

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Starting Date : 12/09/2022
Course Code : FTB493 (2022) North Devon campus Apply

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