Reasons to study this course
The T-Level is a new route to skilled employment equivalent to three A-Levels and combining classroom theory, practical learning and a significant industry placement.
Students will be seeking to progress to an engineering career and would like to start now with a substantial industry placement alongside classroom learning about workplace procedures and the maths and physics based knowledge and skills of engineering practise.
What you will need to study this course
A desire for progression onto an engineering career through apprenticeship or University.
minimum GCSE Maths grade 6
minimum GCSE Physics/Science and English Language grade 5
What you will study
Core Content – maths, physics to support materials, mechanical, electrical, electronic and chemical engineering and business engineering to include manufacturing processes, health and safety, quality assurance and commercial awareness.
Occupational Specialism – Electrical and Electronic design bringing together your knowledge to design an electronic solution to a manufacturing problem eg an automated parcel sorting conveyor.
Industry placement of at least 45 days.
How you will be assessed
Core Content: exam and externally-set project
Occupational Specialism: practical assignments
Visits to local industry to increase understanding of engineering in the workplace. Students undertaking engineering courses have also taken part in hands-on practical activities at local universities.
A degree apprenticeship, university degree or skilled employment. An exciting career in the engineering sector.