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Gas Engineering Advanced Apprenticeship
Level 3 • Work-based • Construction department
This advanced apprenticeship is designed by key employers in the gas industry. It provides the skills and underpinning knowledge for both basic and advanced gas systems and includes an end-test at the end of the apprenticeship which is made up of both a knowledge and practical skills test.
This qualification is aimed at new technicians entering the gas industry who wish to be trained in the skills and knowledge associated with basic and complex gas systems which include the routine maintenance, reactive maintenance and commissioning and de-commissioning of gas appliances in a variety of working environments
It is perfect for new technicians entering the gas industry who wish to be trained in the skills and knowledge associated with basic and complex gas systems which includes the routine maintenance, reactive maintenance and commissioning and de-commissioning of gas appliances in a variety of working environments.
You will spend 1 day per week at college in a mix of theory and practical activities, and continue learning in the workplace working alongside a Gas Safe Registered Engineer. You will be assessed throughout your time at college by written or practical assignments and knowledge assessments relevant to your chosen pathway. In the workplace you will keep a log of your practical activities, skills and competencies, and receive practical observations by an assessor. Your Apprenticeship will be completed with an end point assessment of your knowledge and practical ability, along with a professional discussion.
Professional Qualification • Part-time • Engineering department
A variety of courses to gain an understanding of MIG welding, MMA and fabrication.
For further information on all of these courses, please contact our customer service team or register your interest below.
Professional Qualification • Part-time • Construction department
We provide full training and assessment for a wide range of LPG Gas qualifications. You may also undertake a refresher course or introductory training prior to assessment if needed in our state-of-the-art training facilities at Cornwall College Camborne.
Training is not a prerequisite to assessment, you may just book onto an assessment and certification programme.
CONGLP1/PD Changeover from Natural Gas
CONGLP1/RPH Residential Park Homes
CONGLP1/LAV & HTRLP2 Leisure Activity Vehicles
The Level 3 Extended Diploma Art and Design is an exciting two year course; in the first year you are encouraged to explore all areas of the arts, to achieve the Diploma. You will begin to determine your specialist pathways when you progress onto the Extended Diploma, in the second year. At the start of each year you are allocated your own studio space, which you can make your own and use as a base throughout the year.
In the first year you will take part in a wide range of practical workshops in our studios, in order to develop your skills in drawing, painting, working with mixed media, graphics and digital media, textiles, printmaking, ceramics, photography and 3 dimensional work. Projects and workshops are linked to relevant creative careers, to help you understand where your skills might be used, in the creative industries. The year is completed with a Final Project and a Summer Exhibition.
The second year is an opportunity for you to decide on your specialist pathway, such as Fashion, Textiles, Photography, Fine Art, Graphic Design etc. All the work you have done to date is organised into a portfolio, either for job and apprenticeship applications, or university entrance via UCAS. Focused support for progression is given throughout the Autumn term, whilst practical projects continue to provide opportunities for you to take greater responsibility for your own practice, including decision making and time management. There will be an emphasis on projects negotiated between you and your tutors. This year culminates in an extensive Final Major Project, which is exhibited in the Summer Exhibition.
Underpinning all aspects of the course is an engaging programme of contextual studies and you will take part in gallery and location visits, written assignments and tutorials throughout the course, as well as relevant work experience, employer-led projects, commissions and exhibitions.