T Level in Engineering & Manufacturing, Processing and Control
The T Level in Engineering & Manufacturing, Processing and Control is designed to equip students with the knowledge, skills, and practical experience required to excel in the dynamic field of engineering and manufacturing, with a focus on processing and control systems. This two-year course combines classroom learning with substantial industry placements, ensuring that students are well-prepared for the challenges of the modern workplace.
In order to study the T Level, you will need 5 GCSEs at grade 4 or above, including maths and English.
If you do not have the grades to study the T Level, you may be able to apply for our Level 2 course and progress on to a T Level the following.
As part of the T Level, you will study the following topics which is made up of core content and occupational specialisms.
- Working within engineering and manufacturing sectors.
- Engineering and manufacturing past, present and future.
- Engineering representations.
- Essential mathematics for engineering and manufacturing.
- Essential Science for engineering and manufacturing.
- Materials and their properties.
- Mechanical Principles.
- Electrical and electronic principles.
- Engineering and manufacturing control systems.
- Quality management.
- Health and safety prinicples and coverage.
- Business, commerical and financial awareness.
- Professional responsibilities, attitudes and behaviours.
- Stock and asset management.
- Continuous improvement.
- Project and programme management.
Occupational Specialisms include:
- Fitting and Assembly Technologies.
- Machining and Toolmaking Technologies.
- Composites and Manufacturing technologies.
- Fabrication and Welding technologies.
The T Level qualification will develop the knowledge and skills businesses want and prepares you for progression to the following
- Higher Education
UCAS tariff points will be allocated and will be equivalent in value to three A Levels.
As part of the T Level, you will be assessed through externally assessed exams and assignments as well as employer set projects.