Metalwork Practical Level 2
Metalwork Practical Level 2 (Full Year) (L2METPF)
Prior Learning: Students must have completed and passed a Level 1 Metal Technology course
Future Pathways/Subjects: Level 3 Metal practical courses
This course is designed for students wanting a practical Engineering course covering engineering skills such as welding and machining along with computer aided design and development. It covers unit standards based skills and knowledge and project work.
Students should have a Windows laptop.
TOTAL CREDITS AVAILABLE : 17 credits
INTERNAL CREDITS : 17 credits
EXTERNAL CREDITS :
|Level||Credits||Lit / Num||Full Title||Method of
|2430||2||4||Manually produce and interpret engineering sketches under supervision||Assignment|
|2433||2||6||Produce simple engineering component drawings using CAD
|4435||2||3||Select, use, and care for engineering dimensional measuring equipment||Assignment|
|4436||2||4||Select, use, and care for engineering marking-out equipment||Assignment|
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