Advanced Manufacturing and Engineering - Mechatronic Maintenance Technician (Development Competence)

Reference Number
601/8875/3


Type
Diploma


Level
3


Sector
Engineering and manufacturing


What is this qualification?

This qualification has been developed to provide learners with a skills and knowledge they will need to carry out the role of a Mechatronic Maintenance Technician.
It covers the relevant H&S requirements to ensure that all aspects of the Mechatronic Maintenance role can be carried out safely, it also includes fault finding, maintenance and planning as a basis for the qualification.


What are the pre-requisites?

Learners must be at least 16 years old. There are no formal entry requirements for this qualification; however centres should ensure that the learners have the potential to achieve this qualification. Learners must have the minimum levels of literacy and numeracy to complete the learning outcomes and the external assessment.


Who is this qualification for?

• Learners who are working towards a relevant apprenticeship standard.
• Learners who are looking to advance to the development phase of a relevant apprenticeship standard.

Typical job roles include:
Mechatronic Maintenance Technician
This qualification will provide progression onto other suitable and appropriate level 3 and level 4 Engineering qualifications.


Qualification code601/8875/3
Level3
Credit value355
Minimum entry age16
Guided learning hours minimum3,236
Guided learning hours maximum4,176


How is this qualification delivered?

Competence based qualifications are undertaken in the learner's place of work.


How is this qualification assessed?

Performance evidence must be a product of the Apprentices work, such as items that have been produced or worked on, plans, charts, reports, standard operating procedures, documents produced as part of a work activity, records or photographs of the completed activity. Together with evidence of the way the Apprentice carried out the activities, such as witness testimonies, assessor observations or authenticated Apprentice reports of the activity undertaken.

Knowledge and understanding are key components of competent performance, but it is unlikely that performance evidence alone will provide enough evidence in this area. Where the Apprentices knowledge and understanding is not apparent from performance evidence, it must be assessed by other means and be supported by suitable evidence.


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