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Level 2 Engineering
 
is a course for students who are interested in the engineering trades and the work covered is Unit Standards from the pre apprenticeship Courses. Projects that are constructed include  Steam Engines, Clamps, Toolboxes  and from 2009 Student will be able to make a pocket motor bike if they wish


Background
The Tools-4-Work resource and delivery materials are based on the most appropriate Unit Standards for schools.
Other Unit Standards are required to complete the Mechanical Engineering Level-2 National Certificate.
• US 2430 Draw and Interpret Sketches
• US 2432 Construct Engineering Plane Geometric Shapes
• US 20917 Demonstrate Basic Knowledge of Engineering Materials
• US 21905 Demonstrate Knowledge of Trade Calculations and Units for Mechanical Engineering Trades
• US 21908 Demonstrate Knowledge of Basic Mechanics for Mechanical Engineering Trades
• US 2387 Assemble Mechanical Components Under Supervision
• US 2395 Select, Use and Care for Engineering Hand Tools
• US 2396 Select, Use and Maintain Portable Handheld Engineering Power Tools
• US 4433 Select, Use and Care for Simple Measuring Devices Used in Engineering
• US 4435 Select, Use and Care for Engineering Dimensional Measuring Equipment
• US 4436 Select, Use and Care for Engineering Marking-out Equipment
• US 21911 Demonstrate Knowledge of Safety on Engineering Sites



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