Engineering - Open Access

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Length 30 Weeks
Site Broadwater Campus Map
Attendance Evening
Course Code ECL022
Tutor Richard Rigney
Day / Time Tuesday - 18:00-20:30
Start 19-Sep-2017
Fees
New fees are published every year in April
A B C D E
£0 £394.00 Not Applicable £375.00 Not Applicable

The fee you pay will depend on your individual circumstances and the course type

A - You may not have to pay if you are eligible for Government funding (some courses excluded) - click for details
B
- Full fee (includes tuition, any exam/reg and DBS if applicable). Some fees can be paid in instalments (conditions apply) - click for details

       (note that 'BA' and 'HNC' courses can be paid for by Student Loan - click for details )
C
- Full fee for courses that can be paid for by 'Advanced Learner Loan' - click for details .

        Alternatively, fee can be paid in instalments (conditions apply)
D
- Discounted fee for full payment before course start

       (discounted fee is not available if you are paying by student loan or advanced learner loan)
E
- Fee for international students

About this Course

The course provides access to an engineering workshop with a wide range of equipment to enable students to complete their projects, for example car parts and vintage motorcycle repairs. The course is open to students of all abilities.

 

Course Content

Safety in the workshop and on the use of equipment. We will cover all workshop processes, milling, turning, fitting and anything else the student requires to complete their projects.

What you will achieve

By the end of the course you will be able to use a wide range of equipment and machines to make and repair items for your projects to a reasonable standard.

Progression/Career Path

A range of full and part time courses are run by the college during the day, courses such as City and Guilds level 2 and 3, also NVQ level 2 and 3.

What you need to bring

Overalls/dustcoat, safety shoes, notebook and pen/pencil. A project or restoration item, we do have some ideas/tools that can be made if students do not have their own projects. We do not have large stock of materials so students requiring large quantity of steel, aluminum, brass and stainless will need to supply their own.

The Tutor

My name is Richard Rigney and I am time served and did my apprenticeship working in an aerospace company. I have also worked for a company making fork lift trucks. I have worked for the college for 26 years and taught various levels of students.

How to Enrol

For information on enrolling in person, by phone or by post, click here.

Course Content

Safety in the workshop and on the use of equipment. We will cover all workshop processes, milling, turning, fitting and anything else the student requires to complete their projects.

What you will achieve

By the end of the course you will be able to use a wide range of equipment and machines to make and repair items for your projects to a reasonable standard.

Progression/Career Path

A range of full and part time courses are run by the college during the day, courses such as City and Guilds level 2 and 3, also NVQ level 2 and 3.

What you need to bring

Overalls/dustcoat, safety shoes, notebook and pen/pencil. A project or restoration item, we do have some ideas/tools that can be made if students do not have their own projects. We do not have large stock of materials so students requiring large quantity of steel, aluminum, brass and stainless will need to supply their own.

The Tutor

My name is Richard Rigney and I am time served and did my apprenticeship working in an aerospace company. I have also worked for a company making fork lift trucks. I have worked for the college for 26 years and taught various levels of students.

How to Enrol

For information on enrolling in person, by phone or by post, click here.