Performing Engineering Operations:
SCQF Level 4
Designed to give you a real taste of mechanical engineering operations.
Why take this course?
This course will prepare you for progression onto the SVQ in Performing Engineering Operations at SCQF Level 5 or employment in the engineering or manufacturing sector as an operative or apprentice or Modern Apprentice.
What you will experience
You will work mainly in an engineering workshop. Here you will learn to about working safely and effectively whilst making products from a drawing. The products will be made using a range of hand and power tool on an engineering bench and lathe.
No formal academic qualifications are required for this course.
English language requirements
If English is not your first language, please view the specific English language requirements for this course.
What you will need
You will be required to wear a boilersuit, steel toecap boots or shoes and safety glasses.
What you need to know
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