Engineering Maintenance

Employment could be with a variety of local companies including engineering companies, fish factories, fish farms, quarries etc – in fact any organisation which owns and maintains any kind of machinery, or works on machinery for customers.

Duties will include working from drawings; handing over and completing maintenance jobs; diagnosing faults; producing components; planned maintenance; restoring, replacing and installing components.

Description:

You will attend NAFC Marine Centre for one academic year (Sept - June) leading to an SVQ Level 2 in Performing Engineering Operation and a National Certificate. Level 2 units include working safety, use of technical information, marking out, fitting, machining and welding. NC units include Maths, Computing, Assembly Skills, Maintenance, Pneumatics, Hydraulics, Health & Safety, Engineering Maths and C.I Engines.

The qualification awarded will be Performing Engineering Operations 2 and National Certificate in Mechanical Maintenance Engineering.

Duration:

This programme will take approximately three - four years to complete resulting in a SVQ Level 3 Modern Apprenticeship.

Delivery:

  • Attendance at the NAFC Marine Centre
  • Workplace assessments
  • Compilation of Portfolio of Evidence

Qualifications you will acquire:

  • Level 2 in Performing Engineering Operations
  • Level 3 Engineering Maintenance
  • Modern Apprenticeship in Engineering
  • NC in Mechanical Maintenance Engineering

Personal qualities, skills and qualifications:

  • Ideally applicants should have an interest in Engineering
  • Good co-ordination and dexterity is essential
  • Applicants must be physically able for a range of practical tasks involved
  • A mature outlook and willingness to work as part of a team are essential
 
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