Our exciting range of food and drink courses are from some of the most prestigious Colleges, Universities and Training Providers from around the country.
This course has been written to provide you with a wide technical background to support a range of careers in electronic and communications engineering.
Communications Engineers design, install and maintain electronics and communications equipment for a range of industries in the sector, including television and radio broadcast, mobile networks, rail, aerospace and IT.
This is a dynamic industry and this course has a strong technical element that will help you develop the skills you need to succeed. If you are employed in the industry this course will provide you with advanced knowledge and skills which will enhance your career prospects. If you are not employed, the course will provide you with a good grounding to help you to find employment in the field.
The first year of the course involves studying a range of subjects that cover the mechanical as well as electrical and electronic fields in the engineering sector. This qualification is equivalent to 1.5 A–levels in engineering.
The second year involves a range of subjects that cover the mechanical as well as electrical and electronic fields in the engineering sector that will grant the applicant an Extended Diploma in Engineering with 180 credits. The first and second years of the course are equivalent to 3 A–levels in engineering.
The EAL Level 2 Diploma in Engineering Technologies is a Vocational Related Qualification (VRQ). It will give learners knowledge and understanding of a broad range of engineering competencies. The qualifications cover the intermediate knowledge, understanding and skills that are required by someone working in the engineering industry. It takes a hands-on approach to intermediate engineering training by providing learners with:
• Knowledge and understanding of a range of engineering competencies
• Information that will help them make more informed decisions about their career options
• Personal skills
This qualification is designed for learners who are working in the fish and shellfish processing and supply
industry. It offers learners the opportunity to develop skills and knowledge required to prove competence at
work. This qualification will also suit learners who are competent at core industry activities and are looking
for ways of developing their existing skills and knowledge, perhaps to support multi-skilling or increase
productivity at work.
This FdSc programme is mapped to the FdSc Food and Drink Operations and Manufacturing Management standard to enable employers to utilise the apprenticeship levy to develop their operation management teams and provide progression opportunities for employees. This programme is also available as a stand-alone FdSc to provide access to non-levy funded or self-funded students.
The Food and Drink industry is an exciting place to be a Maintenance Engineer. World class companies in the industry use some of the most innovative, modern and technically automated equipment available to manufacture a wide range of food and drink products for consumers. Companies employ Mechanical and/or Multi-skilled Maintenance Engineers according to the type of products they make.
World class companies use some of the most innovative and technically automated equipment available to manufacture a wide range of food and drink products. Both Mechanical and Multi-skilled Engineers need to maximise the benefits of the technology.
Multi-skilled Maintenance Engineers need to maximise the benefits of technology. Depending on the type of product and plant in the company, engineering activities carried out will include routine maintenance, fault finding and diagnosis. testing and commissioning. They must ensure that maintenance activities contribute to optimising food and drink production levels.
This standard focuses on working on food and drink production lines within food manufacturing plants and businesses. This 2 year apprenticeship is based at our Holbeach campus and awards an Intermediate Apprenticeship Level 2 Diploma in Food and Drink Operations.
Food and drink process operators work in manufacturing, one of the largest and fastest growing sectors in the food and drink industry.
You could be employed by a company that specialises in one type of product, for example ready meals, soft drinks or confectionery; or in a company that makes a wide range of different products.
Your apprenticeship will be tailored depending on your place of work and you study principles of manufacturing practice, food safety and HACCP, maintaining product quality and health, safety and environmental standards.
This qualification is ideal for those entering into the Food and Drink manufacturing industry and helps them become efficient and confident in their role. It supports new apprentices - helping them develop valuable skills and experience in the manufacturing of Food and Drink which is one of the largest most dynamic and fastest growing sectors of industry.
This qualification is ideal for those already employed or entering into the Food and Drink manufacturing industry and helps them become efficient and confident in their role. It supports new apprentices: helping them develop valuable skills and experience in the manufacturing of Food and Drink which is one of the largest most dynamic and fastest growing sectors of industry.