CG L1 Award in Construction Skills Electrical

Course Type Part Time
Course Code PL6048E1A
Level 1

CG L1 Award in Introductory Manual Metal Arc

Course Type Part Time
Course Code PL6045D1A
Level 1

CG L1 Award in Introductory Metal Inert Gas (MIG)

Course Type Part Time
Course Code PL6046D1A
Level 1

CG L1 Award in Introductory Tungsten Inert Gas (TIG)

Course Type Part Time
Course Code PL6047D1A
Level 1

CG L2 Award in 2D Computer Aided Design

Course Type Part Time
Course Code PL1117D1A
Level 2

CNC Machining

Course Type Part Time
Course Code PL6042E1C
Level 1

QCF Units (CGLI 2850 Level 3 Units)

Course Type Part Time
Course Code PL4208D1A
Level 3

BTEC L3 Ext Dip in Engineering

Course Type Full Time
Course Code FL5096D1A
Level 3
Duration 2 years
Fee £4,290.00*
Enquire *16-18? Course is free!

EAL L2 Dip in Engineering Technology

Course Type Full Time
Course Code FL5102D1A
Level 2
Duration 1 Year
Fee £1,289.00*
Enquire *16-18? Course is free!

Apprenticeship Improving Operational Performance – Business Improvement Techniques route

Course Type Apprenticeship
Course Code FR0414103/A1
Level X
Duration Typically 13 months
Fee No cost to learner*
*Funding provided by ESFA with employer contribution or through Apprenticeship levy

Apprenticeship Improving Operational Performance – Performing Manufacturing Operations

Course Type Apprenticeship
Course Code FR0414102P/A1
Level X
Duration Up to 18 months
Fee No cost to learner*
*Funding provided by ESFA with employer contribution or through Apprenticeship levy

Apprenticeship Standard (3) Maintenance & Operations Engineering Technician

Course Type Apprenticeship
Course Code ST0154/V1
Level X
Duration Typically 39 months
Fee No cost to learner*
*Funding provided by ESFA with employer contribution or through Apprenticeship levy

L2 Apprenticeship Improving Operational Performance – Business Improvement Techniques route

Course Type Apprenticeship
Course Code FR0423603/A1
Level X
Duration Typically 13 months
Fee No cost to learner*
*Funding provided by ESFA with employer contribution or through Apprenticeship levy

L2 Apprenticeship Improving Operational Performance

Course Type Apprenticeship
Course Code FR0423601C/A1
Level X
Duration typically 24 months
Fee No cost to learner*
*Funding provided by ESFA with employer contribution or through Apprenticeship levy

L3 Advanced Apprenticeship Engineering Manufacture

Course Type Apprenticeship
Course Code FR0436106/V1
Level X
Duration Typically 36 months
Fee No cost to learner*
*Funding provided by ESFA with employer contribution or through Apprenticeship levy

L3 Advanced Apprenticeship in Business Improvement Techniques

Course Type Apprenticeship
Course Code FR0368001/V1
Level X
Duration Typically 20 months
Fee No cost to learner*
*Funding provided by ESFA with employer contribution or through Apprenticeship levy

Standard L2 in General Welder (Arc Processes)

Course Type Apprenticeship
Course Code ST0049X1A
Level X
Duration Typically 18 months
Fee No cost to learner*
*Funding provided by ESFA with employer contribution or through Apprenticeship levy

Standard L3 in Engineering Technician

Course Type Apprenticeship
Course Code ST0167X1A
Level X
Duration Typically 42 months
Fee No cost to learner*
*Funding provided by ESFA with employer contribution or through Apprenticeship levy

Standard L3 in Maintenance & Operations Engineering Technician

Course Type Apprenticeship
Course Code ST0146X1A
Level X
Duration Typically 39 months
Fee No cost to learner*
*Funding provided by ESFA with employer contribution or through Apprenticeship levy

Why Stoke on Trent College for
Engineering & Electronics?

There are many business that require people with engineering skills…including welding, maintenance, manufacturing, electronics and machining.

Students taking engineering courses at Stoke on Trent College have access to well-equipped facilities that provide realistic industrial training, good assessment environments and activities.   Experienced tutors from industry provide you with the skills and support you need to succeed and this is combined with excellent employer links.

Engineering & Electronics FACILITIES AT STOKE ON TRENT COLLEGE:

Engineering courses are taught in the £10.5M Technology Hub.  Resources are the latest industry standard and the best in the region – home to some unique equipment and machinery including lathes, milling machines, pillar drills, CNC machine, welding and fabrication equipment (including virtual welding kit), plasma cutter, hydraulic and pneumatic training equipment.

 

Chris Banks – Engineering

Joining the College at 14 gave me the opportunity to develop my skills in time management, working with different age groups and working independently, as well as enjoying college life. My tutors helped me make an informed decision about my options!

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