Level 1 will suit you if you are just starting out in your engineering career and require a broad range of competencies to enable safe progression into the workplace.
Level 2 is ideal if you have some knowledge and basic skills in production or maintenance engineering - probably from a role where you work under supervision. You would like to increase your skills and perhaps progress on to more advanced qualifications.
- Working safely in an engineering environment
- Carrying out engineering activities efficiently and effectively
- Using and communicating technical information
- MIG welding techniques
- MMA welding.
One year full-time, normally in college three days a week.
The college also runs a Level 2 Land-based Technology Diploma and apprenticeships with land-based companies.
Work as an operations engineer, operations analyst and systems administrator, among others, in the communication and technology industries.
There are no formal entry requirements are Level 1. Achievement at Level 1 is required for entry to Level 2. All students must have a satisfactory reference.
BTEC Level 3 in Land-Based Engineering
Ashley is travelling the world as a vehicle mechanic in the army after completing his two-year Engineering course.
He is confident his time at Bishop Burton College has prepared him for this exciting opportunity.
“We have covered a really wide variety of things,” said Ashley. “The tutors are always really helpful when you need them.
“I will now be joining the army as a vehicle mechanic and going around the world. The travelling, the fact I will be able to gain more
qualifications and get to make new friends all appeal to me.
“I have learned a lot at the College that will help me as I will be staying in the industry. There will be a lot of skills that I will be able to transfer over.
“I’ve really enjoyed my time at Bishop Burton.”