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- Electrical and Electronic Engineering HNC
- Mechanical Engineering HND
- Electrical and Electronic Engineering HNC Full Time
- Mechanical Engineering HNC
- Mechanical Engineering HNC Full Time
- Electrical and Electronic Engineering HND
- Engineering BEng (Hons)
- Mechanical Engineering HND Full Time
The UK is once again one of the global leads for Engineering and Manufacture. Our innovation and high quality, together with efficient timescales of delivery make us stand out. The East of England is a powerhouse for the UK economy much of which comes from the outstanding engineering companies in the region.
At West Suffolk College we offer organisations and learners the chance to learn and develop the skills required to ensure engineering remains prominent in the local area. We offer Level 2 to Level 6 and work with employers across many different pathways such as Mechanical, Electrical, Electronic, Maintenance, Welding, Tool Making, Design, Installation etc. Our excellent facilities allow for learning to be conducted in a very supportive environment and our work based team helps to embed that classroom knowledge fully in the workplace.
Engineering at West Suffolk College provides a practical and theoretical introduction to mechanical and electronic engineering, computer aided drawing and microprocessing. You’ll get the skills to help solve the problems of tomorrow – from how aircraft work to the electronics in your mobile phone.
The Level 3 course could earn you enough UCAS points to study engineering at any UK university or take an advanced apprenticeship, working with an engineering firm and career off to an early start.
Choosing what to study can be challenging. Speak to one of our advisors to find out what your options are.
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Overview of course
This course aims to instruct an operator in the safe operating procedures, pre-use checks, selection of the correct wheel / disk and the correct fitting as required by Regulation 9 of PUWER 1998.
By the end of the session delegates will be able to identify the safe operating methods of the equipment being used, be aware of the correct set up methods of the machines being used and of the hazards that will cause harm to users or those nearby along with correct use of Protective equipment.
This course is delivered as bespoke training for groups or companies and can be delivered on-site or at West Suffolk College.
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