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Qualifications

Aerospace Manufacturing (Development Competence)

Engineering and manufacturing
3
Diploma
603/0051/6

This qualification EAL Level 3 Diploma in Aerospace Manufacturing covers the specific skills, knowledge and behaviours for a range of aerospace and aviation engineering manufacturing disciplines which have been developed in consultation with sector industry specialists and training providers to ensure that it meets the needs of industry, employers and apprentices and covers a range of apprenticeship standards devleoped across the aerospace and aviation engineering manufacturing sector.

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

  • Apprentices working towards a relevant apprenticeship standard.
  • Apprentices looking to advance to the development phase of a relevant apprenticeship standard.
16
1366
1366

Performance evidence must be a product of the apprentices work, such as engineering assemblies, sub-assemblies or components 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 apprentice's knowledge and understanding is not apparent from performance evidence, it must be assessed by other means and be supported by suitable evidence.

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

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