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Performing Engineering Operations (PEO), Certificate
What will I do on this course?
This Level 2 engineering course is the ideal choice if you are new to the subject or have completed the Level 1 course and want to enhance your skills. It covers the fundamental abilities and knowledge you’ll need to enter into the engineering industry.
You’ll have the choice and flexibility to learn about a variety of engineering activities, including health and safety requirements and communicating engineering information. This qualification also explores technical support, project planning and understanding of business improvement techniques.
As part of this course you’ll develop your English and maths skills to the level that most employers look for.
How will I be assessed?
We’ll assess your workshop and practical skills and your portfolio.
What could I do after this course?
This qualification could be your first step into a career in the engineering sector. You could enhance your skills by progressing to a Level 3 engineering qualification or apprenticeship at Weston College.
English and maths GCSE at 3/D and above, an interest and enthusiasm for engineering, and a successful interview.
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What Our Students Say
Lewis Broom, Engineering Traineeship
“The classroom environment wasn't for me. I enjoy working with working with materials and making something I can be proud of.”
Course: Engineering Traineeship
What next? Lewis has now gained an apprenticeship at GKN following a successful traineeship