What will I study on the course?
|Year 1||Year 2||Year 3|
|• Engineering mathematics and computing||• Further mathematics and computing for engineering||• Supply chain management|
|• Electrical engineering and instrumentation||• Control systems and automation||• Further non metallic component manufacturing|
|• Manufacturing processes and materials engineering||• Professional responsibility and the engineering society||• Industry 4.0|
|• Fundamentals of science for engineers||• Multidisciplinary project||• Industrial project|
|• Professional development
for engineers||• Non-metallic component manufacturing - composites||• Project management|
|• Introduction to design and CAD/CAM||• Manufacturing systems||• Additive manufacturing.
|• Operations management.||• Further science for engineers.||One unit can also be chosen from the following:
• Mould and tooling design
• Lubrication and wear.
Degree Apprenticeship entry requirements:
You will need one of the following:
- A minimum of two A-Levels at grade B or above, including a mathematical based subject and a science, technology, engineering or an additional mathematics related subject
- An Engineering BTEC Level 3 with 120 credits at distinction or merit level
- Equivalent qualifications such as Cambridge Technicals
Plus five GCSEs at grades 4 to 6, including mathematics, English and a science, technology or engineering related subject.
Applicants are also required to pass an assessment at the AMRC Training Centre before being offered a place on an apprenticeship.
How do I apply?
Once you have decided on which apprenticeship is for you and you have checked that you meet the entry requirements, the next step is to apply.
You can do this on our website here.
"“At work I have been promoted from an Apprentice CNC Machinist into a staff role as a Manufacturing Engineer. It means I design fixtures and create numerical control (NC) programs for all the components that we machine in house.”"
Shivan Morkar: from new recruit to degree apprentice - William Cook Rail in Leeds.