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L2 EDEXCEL EXTENDED CERTIFICATE IN ENGINEERING

PEARSON EDEXCEL L2 FIRST EXTENDED CERTIFICATE IN ENGINEERING (FL2) F/T
Start Date 
16 Sep 2019
End Date 
3 Jul 2020
Attendance 
Full Time
Target audience 

This course is aimed at school leavers or students progressing from a suitable Level 1 programme who wish to enter a general engineering course consisting of Mechanical, Electrical, Aeronautical, Process, Chemical or Manufacturing.

Entry requirements 

5 GCSEs grade 'D' or above.

Course content 

The learner will complete nine individual units over the course of one year:

  • The Engineered World
  • Investigating an Engineered Product
  • Engineering Materials
  • Machining Techniques
  • Electronic Circuit Design and Construction
  • Interpreting & Using Engineering Information
  • Mathematics for Engineers
  • Electrical & Mechanical Science for Engineers
  • Engineering Design

Students will also take part in a taught tutorial and skills enrichment programme.

Assessment criteria 

Work for the units in the programme will be assessed by a variety of
methods including assignments, short tests and case studies. All assessment is
criterion referenced. This means that in each assessment you will be given a
printed list of what you have to do to achieve a particular grade. The grades
that you can achieve in assessments are:


  • Distinction

  • Merit

  • Pass

  • Referred

  • Fail
To obtain a Pass grade for a unit you must obtain at least a
Pass grade in all assessments for that unit. On completion of each unit, a unit
grade is awarded for the overall performance, taking into account the grades for
assessed work throughout the unit. To be awarded the qualification you must
obtain at least a Pass grade in all the units.

Work for seven of the
units are assessed by assignments and two of the units are assessed by exams.
Assessment covers practical workshop abilities plus evidence of work completed
in the workshop. Units will also be assessed by the completion of
assignments/logbook.
Progression 

When you have successfully completed your programme of study you will hold a qualification that is nationally recognised by employers and further / higher education centres. You will then be able to progress to a range of Level 3 engineering courses.

Other information 

Students have the opportunity to participate in numerous enrichment activities such as overnight residentials and day visits and when possible gain site experience with local companies.

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Application & Enrolment

You are able to apply online for all courses, however to complete your course enrolment fully, you will need to have an interview and then be accepted onto a course. The only courses available to enrol online are Full Cost courses, if you wish to enrol on any other course please call into Student Services or call 01429 295000.

Full Cost course fees are inclusive of VAT.

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