The T-Level Engineering Fitting and Assembly program is a comprehensive and hands-on course designed to equip students with the skills and knowledge needed for a successful career in engineering and manufacturing. This two-year course combines classroom learning with practical training to cover a wide range of essential topics.
Students will gain expertise in precision machining, welding, assembly techniques, and quality control processes. They will also develop proficiency in reading technical drawings, using industry-standard tools and equipment, and adhering to safety regulations.
Throughout the program, students will work on real-world engineering projects, providing them with practical experience and enhancing their problem-solving abilities. Graduates of this T-Level program will be well-prepared for a variety of engineering and manufacturing roles in industries such as aerospace, automotive, and manufacturing.
Grade 5 in English, Maths and Science and 3 GCSEs at grade 4 If you don’t meet the GCSE entry requirements there is an option of a 1 year Foundation T Level course.
What you will Learn
Examinations: Written examinations assess theoretical knowledge and understanding of engineering principles, mathematics, and science.
Practical Assessments: Practical assessments evaluate students’ hands-on skills in a workshop or laboratory setting. This may include tasks like machining, welding, assembly, and using engineering tools and equipment.
Assignments and Projects: Students are often required to complete assignments and projects related to real-world engineering problems. These assess their problem-solving abilities, research skills, and project management capabilities.
Presentations: Students may be asked to deliver presentations on engineering topics, projects, or case studies. This assesses their communication and presentation skills. Industry Placement Assessment:
The industry placement is a significant component of T-Level programs. Students are assessed on their performance and learning during their work placement, including their ability to apply theoretical knowledge in a practical setting. Coursework and Portfolios:
Some assessments involve compiling a portfolio of work, including coursework, reports, and reflections on practical experiences.
Written Reports: Students may be required to write technical reports based on experiments, projects, or case studies. Observation and Skills Assessment:
Assessors may observe students in a workshop or laboratory setting to evaluate their practical skills and adherence to safety procedures. Oral Interviews and Vivas:
In some cases, students may undergo oral interviews or vivas to assess their depth of understanding in specific engineering topics. Mathematical and Scientific Problem Solving:
Students are often tested on their ability to solve engineering-related mathematical and scientific problems.
Higher Apprenticeship in Engineering University to study Engineering
Welder, blacksmith, electrical engineering technician, materials technician,other roles within the engineering industry
Practical Workshop Skills Engineering Drawing and CAD (Computer-Aided Design) Health and Safety in Engineering Core Professional Skills:
Communication for Engineers Engineering Project Management Employability Skills Mathematics and Science:
Applied Mathematics for Engineering Applied Science for Engineering
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Although every care has been taken to ensure that the information contained within this document is accurate, there may be changes to this programme and provision. We will endeavour to keep prospective and current students updated where appropriate and when the information becomes available.