This course will give you sound knowledge and understanding of the key aspects of general engineering practice, while giving you the opportunity to specialise in fabrication.
You will: develop your understanding of fabrication; look at the production processes; learn about specialised welding processes; develop your practical skills in a variety of welding processes; learn how to design and manufacture metal containers; learn about basic inspection systems; explore value engineering techniques; learn how to operate a commercial CAD (Computer Aided Draughting) system; learn to use basic maths in an engineering context; look at what’s involved in being an effective engineering supervisor.
1 relevant Higher, or NC Fabrication and Welding Engineering, or Foundation Apprenticeship Engineering, or other relevant national qualifications at SCQF Level 6. Entry subject to interview.
Relevant HND or progression to employment or university.