07/08/2018

Engineering Study Programme

Appris are delighted to offer its first Study Programme, in partnership with Aspire Igen.

Open to all 16 to 19 year old students, each of the three specific mechanical engineering pathways below are designed to lead to apprenticeship opportunities with over 150 engineering companies across West Yorkshire.

The study programme is tailored to each student, linking their initial starting point to their potential achievement grades. Work experience and enrichment activities include:

  • Work experience at a local engineering and manufacturing business
  • Maths and English for students who have not achieved grade A*-C/9 to 4 GCSE in these subjects
  • Work preparation support
  • If eligible, access to Bursary Scheme

The programme is only open to students that have completed the Appris Online Recruitment process.

Level 2 Mechanical Engineering Programme

(two Qualifications)

Duration

36 Weeks

Attendance

Monday 0830-1630 hrs

Wednesday 0830-1630 hrs

Friday 1230-1500 hrs

Qualifications

BTEC Level 2 Diploma in Advanced Manufacturing Engineering

Units:

  • Complying with Statutory Regulations and Organisational Safety Requirements
  • Working Efficiently and Effectively in an Engineering Environment
  • Using & Communicating Technical Information
  • Conducting Business Improvement Techniques
  • Producing Components using Hand Fitting Techniques
  • Maintaining Mechanical Devices and Equipment
  • Assembling and Testing Fluid Power Systems
  • Producing Mechanical Assemblies
  • Preparing and Using Lathes for Turning Operations
  • Preparing and using Milling Machines

EAL Level 2 Diploma in Machining

Units:

  • Working in an Engineering Environment
  • Engineering Techniques – AME
  • Engineering mathematics and science principles
  • Fitting and Assembly Techniques – AME
  • Business Improvement Techniques    
  • Manual Turning Techniques
  • Computer Aided Drawing – CAD

Entry Requirements

Maths Grade 4 (C) GCSE or above

Level 3 Diploma in Advanced Manufacturing Engineering Programme

(Mechanical Bias)

Duration

36 Weeks

Attendance

Monday 0830-1630 hrs

Wednesday 0830-1630 hrs

Friday 0830-1630 hrs

Qualification

Level 3 Diploma in Advanced Manufacturing Engineering (Mechanical Bias)

Units

  • Health and Safety in the Engineering Workplace
  • Communications for Engineering Technicians
  • Mathematics for Engineering Technicians
  • Engineering Project
  • Properties and Applications of Engineering Materials
  • Mechanical Principles of Engineering Systems
  • Organisational Efficiency and Improvement
  • Electro, Pneumatic and Hydraulic Systems and Devices
  • Computer-aided Drafting in Engineering
  • Applications of Computer Numerical Control in Engineering
  • Electrical and Electronic Principles in Engineering

Entry Requirements

Maths Grade 5 (C) GCSE or above

Level 3 Diploma in Advanced Manufacturing Engineering Programme

(Maintenance Bias)

Duration

36 Weeks

Attendance

Tuesday 0830-1630 hrs

Thursday 0830-1630 hrs

Friday 0830-1200 hrs

Qualification

Level 3 Diploma in Advanced Manufacturing Engineering (Maintenance Bias)

Units

  • Health & Safety in the Engineering Workplace
  • Communications for Engineering Technicians
  • Mathematics for Engineering Technicians
  • Engineering Project
  • Mechanical Principles of Engineering Systems
  • Electrical and Electronic Principles
  • Business Operations in Engineering
  • Applications of Mechanical Systems in Engineering
  • Engineering Maintenance Procedures and Techniques
  • Industrial Process Controllers
  • Electrical Technology

Entry Requirements

Maths Grade 6 (B) GCSE or above

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Important Information

Expectation of a Study Programme Student

  1. To be diligent and punctual at all times.
  2. To be respectful of peers, employers and teaching staff in accordance with Appris’ policies.
  3. To commit to and attend all aspects of the programme.
  4. To keep records or work, take part in a periodical review process.
  5. Meet SMART targets set by teaching staff, and to undertake to achieve these objectives and outcomes within an agreed timescale.
  6. To notify Appris as soon as possible, of non-attendance .
  7. To inform Appris of any health issues which may affect your learning.
  8. To notify Appris of a change in circumstances.
  9. At all times behave in a safe and responsible manner, in accordance with the requirements of Health & Safety legislation, Safeguarding and PREVENT.
  10. To take part in learner surveys about the quality of your programmes.