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About the Course
The course provides a basic introduction to the safe use and operation of engineering work shop equipment such as pedestal drills, lathes and milling machines.
The course will cover the selection of tooling, correct setting up the equipment, selecting speeds and feeds and the manufacture of simple components to demonstrate competence.
There are no formal entry qualifications other than a willingness to learn how to use equipment correctly and safely.
Small groups, formal instruction followed by hands on practice.
Overall and safety shoes must be provided by any student attending the course.
No formal assessment but a college certificate will be issued on successful completion of the programme.
Please apply on line or in person at the college. The Curriculum Team will require a general talk with you to ensure this is an appropriate course before you enrol, so when you complete your application please ensure you leave daytime contact details.
The course will require a minimum number of students to be viable and is currently in the evening, however delivery can be flexible, either evenings of days to suit applicants.
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