Course Code: DMS2
Subject area: Engineering, Automotive & Marine
Awarding body: City & Guilds, EAL
Qualification: Diploma, NVQ
Course type: Full-time
Time of Day: Daytime
Duration: One Year
When you'll study: Monday to Wednesday, 9.00am - 4.30pm (extra sessions may be required if GCSEs are to be retaken)
This course has been designed to incorporate the key skills required for anyone considering
career within the maritime industry. It will teach you the multifaceted disciplines required to work
in a boat yard or marina and how to conduct yourself safely whilst carrying out activities within
these areas. Alongside the subject areas stated below, you will also develop your
communication skills, work safely within the maritime environment and be aware of the
legislation that will keep you and those around you, safe.
The course covers the following areas …
To enable you to carry out a range of servicing activities on pleasure craft, working with power
plant and other mechanical devices to ensure vessels operate effectively.
Here, you will learn to fit out a yacht to the highest standards and customer requirements and
will learn the skills and terminology used within the carpentry and maritime industry.
A growing area of manufacturing and construction that is widely used in the maritime
environment due to its strength, weight and non-corrosive properties. You will predominately
work with glass fibre but will be taught all composite technologies and materials.
With the background knowledge you are learning we will now equip you with some of the basic
skills involved with getting the position you want, and to help you prepare for your career –
whatever path you choose.
The course includes two qualifications. The main aim:
EAL – NVQ Diploma in Performing Engineering Operations, Level 2
QPEO2-001N: Working Safely in an Engineering Environment
QPEO2-002N: Carrying out Engineering Activities Efficiently and Effectively
QPEO2-003N: Using and Communicating Technical Information
QPEO2-019N: Maintaining Mechanical Devices and Equipment
QPEO2-042N: Assembling Pattern, Model and Engineering Woodwork Components
QPEO2-046N: Producing Composite Assemblies
And a secondary aim:
Employability Skills, Entry Level 2
201: Planning for Progression
203: Behaviour at Work
204: Effective Communication
205: Introduction to ICT
213: Personal Skills
306: Applying for a Job
310: Work Safely
You will be expected to have achieved a grade 4 in both GCSE Maths and English. Grade 3 will
be considered on an individual basis, however you will be required to re-sit these qualifications
alongside your study programme.
Assessment is via coursework submitted and verified through an ePortfolio. There are no
summative assessments associated with this course.
Upon successful completion you may progress to a range of BTEC level 3 courses at the
College (NDMD, NDME), a HNC/D, Foundation Degree, or BA in Marine Sciences, Naval
Architecture and Marine Autonomy. You may also progress onto an Apprenticeship or into
Fees quoted apply to courses starting in the academic year 2020/21 (August 2020 – July 2021). There may be a slight increase in fees for courses starting 2021/22.
If you are aged 16-18, due to Government funding, tuition fees may not be applicable for your course. (Please note: this does not apply to Foundation Degrees or Access to Higher Education courses, and other courses not eligible for public funding.)
Course Code: DMS2
A Full Course Fee: Not applicable to this course
B Reduced Course Fee (for those in receipt of qualifying benefits): Not applicable to this course
C Ancillary course costs (ie books and equipment): Not applicable to this course
D Advanced Learner Loan Fee: Not applicable to this course
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Please note fees are quoted for one year only.