Engineering & Science

This popular programme area offers a full-time course in motor vehicle studies and an engineering apprenticeship.

This programme area is based over two sites, one at William Kennish (close to the UCM main site) and the other at the Advanced Manufacturing Centre at Hills Meadow, Douglas. We have experienced and knowledgeable staff, who will support you throughout your progression.

For further details and to apply, explore below, or see here if you are interested in apprenticeships.

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  • ABC Level 1 Diploma in Motor Vehicle Studies
    ENTRY:

    Entry onto the course depends on your results of the suitability assessment and your GCSE grades.

    DURATION: 1 Year
    STUDY MODE: Full Time
    VENUE: William Kennish Building, Greenfield Road
  • City & Guilds 2850 Level 2 Certificate in Engineering
    ENTRY:

    Candidates who are school leavers should ideally have a Grade D in Maths, a Science and English. Mature candidates will be interviewed and their experience will be assessed. All candidates will be given an initial assessment test.

    You will be required to undertake an suitability assessment as part of the application process.

    DURATION: 1 Year
    STUDY MODE: Full Time
    VENUE: William Kennish Building, Greenfield Road
  • City & Guilds 2850 Level 3 Diploma in Mechanical Manufacturing Engineering
    ENTRY:

    Successful completion of the City & Guilds 2850 Level 2 Certificate or any relevant qualification. Mature candidates will be interviewed which may include an assessment test, relevant experience will also be taken into account.

    You will be required to undertake an suitability assessment as part of the application process.

    DURATION: 2 Years
    STUDY MODE: Full Time
    VENUE: William Kennish Building, Greenfield Road
  • Level 2 City & Guilds Certificate and Diploma in Motor Vehicle Maintenance and Repair
    ENTRY:

    The candidate MUST be employed by a recognised vehicle repairer and have achieved at least 2 GCSE’s Grade D from Mathematics, Science or English or will have successfully achieved a Level One award, which will lead to progression.

    DURATION: 1 Year
    STUDY MODE: Part Time
    VENUE: William Kennish Building, Greenfield Road
  • OCR Level 3 Engineering Diploma with enhanced practical skills training
    ENTRY:

    GCSE Grade C's in Mathematics, Science, and preferably English plus one other.

    You will be required to undertake an suitability assessment as part of the application process.

    DURATION: 2 Years
    STUDY MODE: Full Time
    VENUE: Hills Meadow, Peel Road