The SVQ 2 Performing Engineering course is highly practical and is designed to prepare candidates for employment or a Modern Apprenticeship in engineering. Candidates will develop a wide range of skills in engineering practice while gaining knowledge and appreciation of health and safety and employability issues.
The course will be delivered full time in our dedicated engineering workshop at the college's Construction, Engineering and Renewables Centre in Lochgilphead.
Suitable candidates may also have the opportunity of an engineering-related work placement during the course.
Applicants should have a keen interest in pursuing a career in the engineering sector. Previous completion of the Skills for Work Engineering Skills courses would be beneficial but is not essential.
The SVQ 2 Performing Engineering Operations course consists of three days of taught sessions each week in our bespoke engineering workshop in Lochgilphead and comprises the following units:
Practical delivery takes place in the engineering workshop and classroom at the college's Construction, Engineering and Renewables Centre in Lochgilphead.
Please contact your local centre for more details on the course start date.
For the latest information on fees please see our fees policy.
This course is a pre-requisite for a number of engineering Modern Apprenticeships, and successful candidates may also progress to further study or a range of careers in a wide range of engineering disciplines.
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