This course is delivered in 3 phases over a 42 to 48 month period:
You will learn the appropriate basic practical skills and theory.
You will consolidate and further enhance your skills and will be prepared for the end point assessment.
This is the end point assessment. In order to complete the Level 3 Engineering Technician Standard, the apprentice must at least pass the end point assessment, which is made up of a practical observation of them at work, a professional discussion about work and study they have done over the past 42-48 months, and a formal written examination.
The Level 3 Engineering Technician Standard is graded at either Pass, Merit or Distinction grade.
You will attain the following qualifications on completion of the Foundation phase:
- Level 2 Foundation Knowledge Qualification
- Level 2 Foundation Competence Qualification (Similar to the Level 2 Performing Engineering Operations)
You will attain the following qualifications on completion of the Development phase:
- Level 3 Development Knowledge Qualification (Similar to a BTEC Level 3)
- Level 3 Development Competence Qualification (Similar to a NVQ3)
Throughout the course, a Wiltshire College Engineering Assessor works in partnership with the Employer, in supporting, advising and guiding the Apprentice Technican