Engineering / Electronics Apprenticeship (L3)

Course Overview: 

This two year course is designed for those keen to develop a career in engineering. There are different pathways available within the framework such as engineering manufacture, operations and maintenance, electronics, welding and fabrication.

Areas of study include:

  • Maths
  • Engineering science
  • Electronics
  • Mechanical and/or electrical principles
  • CAD
  • Health and safety
  • Communications for technicians
  • Robotics
  • Artificial Intelligence AI
  • PCB design
  • PLC
  • Skills competitions
Updated December 2020
Entry Requirements: 

Grade C or above in GCSE in Maths and English and three other subjects one of which should be a science subject.

Course Delivery: 

You will also study essential skills in numeracy, communications and digital literacy. You will attend College for one day per week, the other four days being spent in on-the-job training.

Progression Opportunities: 

Career as a supervisory technician. At the College you could progress to the HNC/HND in Electrical and Electronic Engineering or Mechanical Engineering.

Course deliverable in Welsh: