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Engineering, Manufacturing, Processing and Control

During the 2-year programme, students will develop the core knowledge and skills that are needed for entry to a range of engineering, manufacturing, process and control occupations.

Summary

Level 3 qualification

2-year course

Includes 9 weeks minimum working with an employer on an industry placement

What you can do with this T Level

This course is suitable for anyone interested in a career in engineering, manufacturing, processing and control.

Speak to your careers adviser to find out more.

Students can also use this T Level to progress to a related higher-level apprenticeship or course of study at a higher level.

What you’ll learn on this course

Students will develop an understanding of a broad range of issues relevant to the sector, including:

  • working within the Engineering and Manufacturing Sectors – an understanding of how materials, conditions and context influence design processes and products
  • essential mathematics for engineering and manufacturing – a knowledge and understanding of mathematics including standard matrices and determinants and standard trigonometry
  • materials and their properties – understanding material processing techniques and their effects on materials and material quality, the condition of materials, how these are managed, and materials testing methods and techniques
  • business, commercial and financial awareness - basic commercial principles including commercial priorities and markets, customers/clients/partners and resource allocation

In addition to the core content, each student will also complete at least one module of occupation-specific content:

  • fitting and assembly technologies
  • machining and toolmaking technologies
  • composites manufacturing technologies
  • fabrication and welding technologies

What you'll need before you start

T Levels are one of your options after you’ve finished GCSEs.

Entry requirements for each course are set by the individual school or college.

Check with your local T Level school or college to find out the entry requirements for the Engineering, Manufacturing, Processing and Control T Level.

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