T Level : Engineering

Course code: FFAU300P

Subject area: Engineering

Study level: School Leaver

Course level: 3

Course details

9:00am - 5:00pm

Monday to Friday

5th Sep 2022 - 5th Jul 2024

Abingdon Campus

Contact details

enquiries@abingdon-witney.ac.uk

01235 555585

Engineering has a hand in designing nearly everything you come into contact with within your daily lives such as homes, cars, computers, mobile phones and game consoles. This course will allow you to develop an understanding of engineering disciplines and prepare you for working in this exciting industry. You will spend time in both the classroom, learning basic principles and theory, and in the engineering workshop, where you will learn a range of practical engineering processes and skills. You will also spend a minimum of 45 days on an industrial placement where you will work closely with a leading employer either every week or on a block placement to help you develop the right knowledge, technical skills and behaviours for working in this exciting sector.

In Year 1 you will learn:

Key principles, tools and methodologies in engineering and manufacturing design practice and processes
How materials, conditions and context influence engineering and manufacturing design processes and products
How user requirements are translated into engineering and manufacturing designs, i.e. inclusive design
How research and testing, and different research and testing methodologies, support effective design practices and outcomes.
This Engineering & Manufacturing – Design & Development T Level also includes the following core principles:

Science and mathematics – understand the scientific principles that underpin relevant technologies and use the main formulae associated with them.
Engineering analysis – this involves the application of engineering concepts and tools to the solution of engineering and manufacturing problems.
Design – learn about the development of economically viable products, processes or systems to meet a defined need.
Economic, legal, social, ethical and environmental contexts – learn how engineering and manufacturing activities impact on the environment, commerce, society and on individuals. You will learn about being aware of these activities and understand the various legal and ethical constraints relevant to engineering and manufacturing.
Engineering practice – learn about the practical application of engineering and manufacturing knowledge and skills.
In Year 2 you will have the choice of which occupational specialism you study and these will be specialist units to develop specific knowledge and skills in either mechanical engineering or electrical and electronic engineering.

This course ensures you can rival all students with a unique blend of both academic and industry experience with a work placement giving you the real-world skills you require for future employment.
Grade 4 or above in English Language GCSE, grade 5 or above in Mathematics and three additional GCSEs (including Science) at grade 4 or above.
Due to COVID-19 we are not currently planning any trips as part of your course. If we are able to organise trips during your course, the cost of these will be communicated to you at the time. Trips are optional, and you will not be penalised if you choose not to participate. Bursaries may also available to cover the cost of some trips.

There are bursaries available to help you with other course costs. Call 01235 216 298 for more information.

The rules on fee reduction are complicated and we would encourage you to talk to our Admissions staff on 01235 555 585 to discuss your options. You can find more information on our Fees and Bursaries page - search "Fees and Bursaries" at the top of the page.

16 - 18 Fee

Tuition Fee: £0.00
Exam Fee: £0.00

Total Cost: £0.00


19+ Fee

Tuition Fee: £0.00
Exam Fee: £0.00

Total Cost: £0.00


19+ Reduced Fee

On completion of the Engineering & Manufacturing - Design & Development T Level, you could secure jobs such as mechanical design engineer, materials engineer, manufacturing design engineer or electrical/electronic design engineer.
You will be taught on campus three days a week with a full time programme of lessons in our engineering workshops. We provide the specialist knowledge and industry expertise to prepare you for employment with some of the best engineering companies and employers. Each week you will also work with one of our partner employers, each one leaders in their field, who will help you apply the theory and skills learnt in college to real industry applications.

You will be assessed through an exam, industrial placement, work-based project and synoptic assessment.