- Type: T Levels | Vocational Courses | Engineering & Manufacturing
- Level: 3
- Study Mode: Full-time
- Start: September 2023
- Time: 3-4 days a week
- Duration: 2 years
Please note that all courses are subject to a minimum application number in order to run
About the course
This new T Level focuses on the development of knowledge and skills needed for working in the Engineering Industry, which will prepare learners to enter the industry through employment or as an apprentices. The completion of this qualification gives the learner the opportunity to progress onto higher education courses and training. The content on this course covers a broad range of engineering skills with specific focus on design, mechanical, electronic and electrical engineering.
5 GCSEs at grade 4 or above including Maths, English and at least one Science/Engineering/Design based subject.
How much does it cost?
Free to those aged 16-18
This course is not currently available for 19+ learners.
There is a range of financial support that you may be entitled to, including Learner Support funds, grants and bursaries.
City & Guilds
Throughout the course there will be large amounts of practical work included in the relevant topics e.g. working with PLC devices or CAD programming.
Various Engineering and Manufacturing companies will be visited in the local area and further trips to Engineering Conferences.
Companies we have strong links with:
Local companies and employers ranging from small engineering firms to larger global corporations.
- OI glass manufacturing
- Ocado Technology
- Manchester Airport Group
Where will this course take me?
The T Level study programme is eligible for UCAS points. A T Level Distinction* is worth the same as 3 A Levels at A*
However please check the UCAS website for course entry requirements.
T Levels offer many opportunities for progression:
Apprenticeship: There are many opportunities offered through apprenticeships that allow you to carry on learning (20%) whilst spending most of your time (80%) furthering your skills in the workplace.
Higher Education: If you choose to study further, your T level is worth UCAS points and will allow you entry onto certain courses. Please check UCAS website as course entry requirements vary.
- Electrical/Electronics Engineer
- Automation Engineer
- Motorsport Engineer
- Design Engineering
- Mechanical Engineer
- Working within the Engineering sector
- Essential Mathematics and Science for Engineering
- Mechanical Principles
- Electrical & Electronic Principles
- Engineering Design and Representations – Computer Aided Design (CAD)
- Engineering & Manufacturing Control Systems
- Quality and project management & Continuous improvement
- Business, Commercial and Financial awareness
- Electrical and Electronic Engineering
How will I be assessed?
Employer Set Project
Practical tasks and coursework
Will I have to provide anything?
Safety equipment, calculator, textbook
I'm interested. What should I do now?
Call 01279 868100 and talk to an Admissions Adviser
Ask Us a question about this course
NOTE: Course will run subject to enrolment numbers