You will be employed in industry, earning a wage whilst gaining skills and qualifications throughout the stages of the Apprenticeship.
Formative assessment of skills, knowledge and behaviours are required and outlined in the assessment plan.
Foundation Phase: • Level 2 Diploma in Advanced Manufacturing Engineering (Foundation Competence)
Development Phase: • Level 3 Diploma in Advanced Manufacturing Engineering (Development Competence) – Toolmaker, Tool and Die Maintenance • Level 3 Diploma in Advanced Manufacturing Engineering (Development Knowledge)
End point assessment: • You will need to demonstrate to how you have achieved full occupational competence against, skills, knowledge and behaviours, set out in the standard.
You must have an employer to support you through your Apprenticeship and give you time off work to attend college. Many people find their own job or are already employed but if not, college staff can attempt to help you find employment.
- A minimum of GCSE grade 5 in maths and 4 in English
- A science or a technology based subject at grade 4 or above
- You should also demonstrate an interest or knowledge of working in the vocational area and wish to take up a career in the relevant industry.
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• Working as part of a team
• Practical assessment
Fees & Funding
As an apprentice it will not cost you anything to do the course. If you are aged 19 or over your employer may have to make a contribution towards your tuition fees.
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