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The programme involves learners studying both theory and practical aspects of vehicle paint refinishing, including the following: Preparing metal and pre-painted surfaces, Preparing and applying fillers and foundation materials to vehicles, and Repairing minor paint defects. Learners will also gain a broad knowledge and understanding of health and safety in the workplace and other skills associated with working in a garage.
These qualifications in Welding Skills are for a range of learners - from beginners to the more experienced welders who may need specialist skills in all aspects of the profession. It is designed for people preparing to enter the industry or increase their skills and knowledge.
The course will have a practical focus with the emphasis on gaining the basic skills and understanding of routine maintenance tasks and simple fault rectification on motor vehicles Subjects covered include health and safety, routine maintenance, engines, tyres and brakes and basic electrics.
The content of this course has been designed to develop the learners understanding of the auto electrical industry. It will develop the technical knowledge and practical skills required to work in this industry alongside the development of wider transferable skills.
This short six week course offers individuals the opportunity to learn a range of skills that include; fitting skirting and architrave, using a router, making miniature stud partitions and using a chop saw. Associated Health and Safety considerations.
You will learn how to apply a full make up including creating the perfect base for make up with foundation, contouring the face, eye make-up, eye liners and strip and individual false lashes to create a total look. Learners will practice their skills on each other in class and on models if they wish to bring one into the sessions.
There are 13 units that are covered over the year in both a practical environment and classroom which include; health & safety, safe working practices, forming & joining, materials, components, vehicle construction, basic valeting, basic body repairs, basic paint spraying. Other topics that are compulsory to the course include; PPD (Personal & Professional Development), Functional skills Maths, English & ICT.
This course will build on existing knowledge of pattern cutting helping you to become proficient in more advanced aspects of pattern blocks, pattern adaptation, shrinkage, stretch and woven. This course is suitable for learners that have some knowledge of pattern cutting.
Practical Installation of Lighting circuits. Power circuits Ring and Radial to BS7671.
This course follows the adult ESOL curriculum helping learners to operate and achieve at national ESOL standards in Speaking, Listening, Reading and Writing. You will be required to take an accredited exam at the end of the course and will have termly reviews.
Examples of units to be studied will include the following: health and safety, camouflage make-up, special effects media make-up (casualty effects, ageing, and character work), avante guard hair and make up, create style and fit facial postiche, design and apply face and body art, prosthetic pieces and bald caps, fashion and photographic make-up, style and dress hair using a variety of techniques, wig dressing and fitting and anatomy and physiology. You may also study GCSE/ Functional skills Maths and/or English as part of your programme.
There are ten units: Health and safety in building services engineering, Electrical principles and processes for building services engineering, Scient
You will need to complete 11 competency-based units including First Aid at work and four theory exam base on four knowledge units. A variety of assessment methods can be used to assess you competency which may include observation, witness testimony, oral questions and written evidence.
It allows candidates to learn, develop and practice the skills required for employment and/or career progression in Site Carpentry. It covers the following skills: Health, safety and welfare in Construction (this unit can be carried forward from Level 1) and Principles of building construction, information and communication.
This programme of study will include, health and safety practice in the salon, apply make up, the art of photographic make up, the art of dressing hair, create an image, themed face painting, body art design and shampoo and condition the hair and scalp. Learners may study GCSE/Functional skills in Maths and /or English whilst on the programme.
A range of subjects will be studied including The science of flight, Aircraft electrical and electronic systems, Aircraft Radar and radio, Aircraft instrumentation along with core subjects such as Mathematics, Electrical and Mechanical science and a major project which may involve practical work on the College aeroplane.
The qualification course breakdown will be dependent on the learner's current ability and experience, but may include Welding Safety, Welding Equipment Settings and Parameters, Welding Positions (Horizontal - Vertical - Overhead), Continuous Practical Training before the Completion of a Test Piece Assessment to BS 4872 Standards.
The aim of this workshop is to give you confidence in using a digital camera, downloading your images and digitally outputting your work. You will be able to use your camera both in the studio and on location.
Course modules include File Management, Use of Draw Commands, Use of Modify Commands, Default Text, Default Dimensioning, and Plotting from Model Space. Covers an introduction to all aspects of 2D CAD and its uses within a mainly engineering environment but does also cover other vocational areas.
The programme involves studying both the theory and practical aspects of a NVQ Level 3 Paint, Body or MET Qualification in your workplace. Various activities example activities could be, preparing panels to accept foundation and topcoats, preparing and applying foundation materials to vehicles, repairing minor paint, body and MET defects.