Engineering

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Engineering can be incredibly rewarding and has a huge number of career paths available from land surveyor to weapons engineer. 

An NCFE qualification in engineering and related industries will provide pupils with experience of using different tools and materials to enable them to use these within further education or apprenticeships. It will give pupils a basic understanding of what engineering may involve.

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Factsheet

Level 1 Certificate in Engineering  Studies

*Last date for new registrations is 15/02/2019

2019

2018

2017

XA1

XA1

XA1

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Level 2 Certificate in Engineering  Studies

*Last date for new registrations is 18/02/2019

2019

2018

2017

XA1

XA1

XA1

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Level 1/2 Technical Award in Engineering

2020

XA1

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Career Card Engineering

Engineering might make you think of dirty hands and oily overalls however in reality, engineering starts with the design process.

V Certs registration flow chart

When you come to register your learners in September 2018, it's important to register them on the right version of the qualification. This flow chart should help you decide.

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Beverley Grammar School – Engineering futures

Beverley Grammar School has been specialising in boys’ education since 700AD and is the oldest state school in England. One of the school’s aims is for their pupils to have the ambition and confidence to achieve their dreams. 

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