Evening Engineering Machine Shop Practices

What will I learn?

This is an unaccredited course and is perfect if you want to learn new practical skills in Engineering. During the course you will learn the basic techniques of how to use hand fitting, turning, and machining equipment.


Additional Course Details for 18/19

If you have any questions please contact Student Services on (01424) 458475 or if available use the Enquiry button.

  • Course code 11502
    Course name Evening Engineering Machine Shop Practices
    Campus Ore Valley
    Study mode Part-Time
    Days Tuesday
    Times 17:00 to 20:00
    16-18 fee £0.00
    Entitlement Waiver £0.00
    Full Cost Fees £200.00
    Start date 08/01/19
    Duration 8 week (s)

Additional Course Details for 19/20

If you have any questions please contact Student Services on (01424) 458475 or if available use the Enquiry button.

  • Course code 11502
    Course name Evening Engineering Machine Shop Practices
    Campus Ore Valley
    Study mode Part-Time
    Days Tuesday
    Times 17:00 to 20:00
    16-18 fee £0.00
    Entitlement Waiver £0.00
    Full Cost Fees £200.00
    Start date 07/01/20
    Duration 8 week (s)

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Entry Level

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Vocational Level 1

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