BTEC Level 2 Diploma in Advanced Manufacturing Engineering (Foundation Competence)

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What is the Diploma in Advanced Manufacturing Engineering (Foundation Competence)?

This qualification forms part of an overall apprenticeship and is the Foundation Competence, but can be delivered stand-alone. It is designed to showcase your skills and knowledge of typical workshop equipment, such as lathes, hand fitting techniques, working with wiring and producing assemblies.

Mandatory Units: (All 4 must be completed)

  1. Complying with Statutory Regulations and Organisational Safety Requirements
  2. Working Efficiently and Effectively in an Engineering Environment
  3. Using and Communicating Technical Information
  4. Conducting Business Improvement Activities

Optional Units - Units

To fully comply with the Foundation Competence, learners will need to choose 6 of the following:

  • Producing Components using Hand Fitting Techniques
  • Maintaining Mechanical Devices and Equipment
  • Assembling and Testing Fluid Power Systems
  • Maintaining Fluid Power Equipment
  • Maintaining Electrical Equipment/Systems
  • Wiring and Testing Electrical Equipment and Circuits
  • Wiring and Testing Programmable Controller Based Systems
  • Producing Mechanical Assemblies
  • Preparing and Using Lathes for Turning Operations – cannot be taken with Unit 19 2 140
  • Preparing and using Milling Machines – cannot be taken with Unit 19 2 140
  • Preparing and using Semi-Automatic MIG, MAG and Flux Cored Arc Welding Equipment – cannot be taken with Unit 19 2 140
  • Assembling and Testing Electronic Circuits
  • Maintaining Electronic Equipment/Systems
  • Preparing and using Industrial Robots
  • General Turning, Milling and Welding Applications – cannot be taken with Units 13, 14 or 15 2 140
  • Forming and Assembling Pipework Systems
  • Preparing and Proving CNC Machine Tool Programs
  • Producing Sheet Metal Components and Assemblies
  • Maintaining and Testing Process Instrumentation and Control Devices
  • Producing Components by Rapid Prototyping Techniques
  • Wiring and Testing Vehicle Electrical Equipment and Circuits
  • Maintaining Vehicle Electrical Equipment/Systems
  • Diagnosing and Rectifying Faults on Vehicle Systems
  • Stripping and Rebuilding Vehicle Engines
  • Using Computer Software Packages to Assist with Engineering Activities

Additional Information
GLH

719

Level

2

Awarding Organisation (AO)

Pearson (Edexcel)

Attendance

Online, Remote

Assessment

Portfolio of Evidence