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Vocational Schools Programmes 2017-18 - Clydebank Campus

Welcome to West College Scotland’s Schools Vocational Programme; we are delighted that you are considering coming to study at our College. If you are unsure of what you want to do when you leave school, then read on... The courses we offer are ideal if you want to explore subjects and possible career choices which you may not have had the opportunity to study at school. Our courses are designed to give you a whole new learning experience which is different from your school learning. We aim to help you develop new skills relevant to future employment in the wider world and to give you the opportunity to progress to further or higher education, so that you achieve your ambitions. We look forward to welcoming you to West College Scotland.

CITY & GUILDS 3902 MOTOR

CITY & GUILDS 3902 MOTOR VEHICLE ENGINEERING DIPLOMA Course Outline This course is the next step from City & Guilds 3902 Award/Certificate. Students will gain further knowledge from the Award/ Certificate course and the experience and skills required for a career as a Motor Vehicle Engineer. Entry Level Recommended Need to have successfully completed City & Guilds 3902 Award/Certificate course Course Content Mandatory Units Unit 003 Vehicle Fuel and Exhaust Systems Unit 004 Vehicle Spark Ignition Systems Unit 105 Vehicle Electrical Systems Unit 106 Vehicle Braking Systems 2 from Optional Units Unit 007 Vehicle Transmission systems Unit 008 Vehicle Steering and Suspensions Systems Progression Full time course: City & Guilds Motor Vehicle Systems Level 2/3 or an SVQ Motor Vehicle Modern Apprenticeship. Interview There will be a one to one interview with the motor vehicle team for this course. Key Facts Location Clydebank Campus Level City & Guilds Level 4 Diploma Day Tuesday and Thursday or Wednesday and Friday Time 1:30pm - 4:00pm 010

PERFORMING ENGINEERING OPERATIONS Course Outline This qualification covers the fundamental skills and knowledge common to all engineering and manufacturing practises including health and safety requirements and communicating engineering information. The qualification is comprised of 3 Mandatory units and 2 Optional Units (from a large selection of 32.) The 2 practical units are there to substantially improve the practical skills of the student, by manufacturing a number of different items from a series of engineering drawing to within a given tolerance. Entry Level Recommended No formal entry requirements required but must have: Have a keen interest in engineering Be a good communicator Be a team player Be prepared to commit to the course Course Content Mandatory Units: Unit FROR 04: Working Safely in an Engineering Environment Unit FROT 04: Working Efficiently and Effectively in Engineering Unit FROV 04: Using and Communicating Technical Information Optional Units: 2 units from a selection of 32 to be decided by the department Progression Full time Pre-Apprentice college course. Interview There will be a one to one interview with the engineering team for this course. Key Facts Location Clydebank Campus Level SCQF Level 4 Delivery Wednesday and Friday Time 1:30pm - 4:00pm www.westcollegescotland.ac.uk 011