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 Foundation Apprenticeship Engineering; or NC Fabrication and Welding Engineering (Level 6); or other relevant national qualifications at SCQF Level 6. Entry subject to interview.
Relevant HND or progression to employment or university.
Part time (day release)