Mechanical

Apprenticeship

Intermediate and Advanced Level Apprenticeship in Engineering Manufacture (England) – Framework code FR02230 dated 01 July 2013

Level 3, Pathway 3 – Mechanical Manufacturing Engineering
Description of this pathway
Mechanical Manufacturing Engineering (Craft and Technician) - total minimum credit value = 149 credits
Pathway duration approximately 42 months depending on the qualification and unit options selected

Job title - Job roles

Skilled Machinist - Machine components by applying a variety of removal and shaping techniques such as boring; cutting; drilling; milling; grinding and lapping.

Toolmaker - Work from engineering drawings to make precision tools, special guides and holding devices for use in manufacturing

Metal Forger - Forging methods include forging, drop forging, upset forging and the shaping of metal parts utilising heat and the force of power or hand hammers to produce required dimensions and contours

Skilled Sheet Metal Worker - Fabricate, install, and repair ventilating, heating, and air-conditioning
systems; stainless-steel kitchen and beverage equipment; and a wide variety of other products made of sheet metal.

Skilled Fitter - Assembly of mechanical equipment and related systems to required specifications

Pipe Fitter and Assembler - Manufacture Pipes (small bore, ferrous, non ferrous) using machine and hand bending techniques, joining by fillet welding, bonding and brazing.

Qualification requirements:

Competence qualification

Extended Diploma in Mechanical Manufacture
No C1a, Ref no. 600/1701/6 Awarding Organisation EAL Credit Value 106, Guided Leaning hours 439.

Knowledge qualification

Diploma in Engineering Technology
No K2, Ref no. 501/1130/9, Awarding organisation EAL, Credit value 78, Guided learning hours 600.

Transferable skills

Functional Skills in English – Level 2, Ref no. 500/8683/2, Awarding organisation – edexcel, Credit Value – 5.
Functional Skills in Mathematics – Level 2, Ref no. 500/8907/9, Awarding organisation – edexel, Credit Value – 5.
Functional Skills in Information and Communication Technology (ICT) – Level 2, Ref no. 500/9827/5, Awarding organisation – edexcel, Credit value – 5.

Employee rights and responsibilities

Method 2 – workbook, Awarding organisation SEMTA.

Personal learning and thinking skills assessment and recognition (England)

Method 1a Qualification, Ref no. 600/2019/2, Awarding Organisation – EAL, Credit valve 6 Guided learning hours 60