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  • Student Handbook September 2014 - July 2015

    Contact:- A. Walsh Head of Education LTC Burnley

    Brown Street Burnley Lancashire BB11 1PN

    Telephone: 01772 564627 Email: admin@ltc-training.co.uk

  • WELCOME

    On behalf of the staff and Further Education tutors I am very pleased to welcome you to LTC Training. We would like you to enjoy your time as a student and hope that you benefit from your learning experience. Our wide range of courses are designed to allow students the opportunity to reach their true potential, we hope you make the most of these opportunities. LTC Training prides itself on the high level of support and guidance it offers to students. The information contained in this booklet will give you details of how LTC Training will help you throughout your time spent here. We wish you every success with your studies and the achievement of your personal goals. Alistair Walsh Head of Education LTC Training - Burnley

  • CONTENTS

    Page Number 1 Learning Opportunities 2 Programme Aim & Qualifications Available 3 Senior Tutors & Tutorial Staff 4-8 Programme & Programme Definitions 9 Classroom Guidelines 10 Programme Delivery 11 Assessment, Tests, Criteria & Grades 12 Assessment Deadlines 13 Assessment Appeals Procedure 14 Re-sits 15 Referrals 16 Attendance, Lateness & Absences 17-18 Discipline 19-20 Grievances 21 Health & Safety 22 Mandatory Equipment List 23 Term Timetable, Holidays and assignment deadlines 24 Learner/Student agreement

  • Learning Opportunities

    During the first few weeks of the course you should familiarise yourself with the course and course tutors. The Training Centre is keen for you to settle down as soon as possible, and the staff will make every effort to help you do so. LTC Training aims to maintain high quality teaching, training and effective learning for all students. Suitably qualified and experienced staff will teach you. Teaching and learning is linked to an agreed syllabus and lecturers will provide learning and assessment programmes which aim to enable you to achieve your learning goals. Programme staff regularly review and monitor the quality of courses to ensure relevance and accessibility as part of the quality assurance system and you will be given the opportunity to make your views known about the quality of your course through student questionnaires and course review meetings attended by elected student representatives.

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  • Programme Aim The aim of the programme is to provide a nationally recognised vocational qualification for people employed in the engineering sector.

    Qualifications Available The Higher National Certificate Diploma in Manufacturing, Operations Engineering and Electrical/Electronic Engineering, awarded by the Business and Technology Education Council (BTEC) Edexcel. The National Diploma in Mechanical Manufacturing, Operations & Maintenance, Fabrication & Welding or Electrical/Electronic Engineering, awarded by the Business and Technology Education Council (BTEC) Edexcel.

    BTEC First Diploma in Engineering, awarded by Edexcel. Level 2 Certificate in Engineering 2850-22 Fabrication & Welding Technology, awarded by City & Guilds. L3 Diploma in Engineering 2850-32 Fabrication & Welding Technology awarded by City and Guilds

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  • LTC Training Staff Burnley Site R. Walsh LTC Director A. Walsh Head of Education for LTC Training, Burnley T. Edge Quality Manager & Senior Tutor (Operations &

    Maintenance) D Monks Operations Manager K. MacInnes Senior Tutor (Manufacturing Engineering) G. Jeremie Senior Tutor (Electrical Engineering) J. Ollerton Manufacturing Engineering Tutor K. Thompson Manufacturing Engineering Tutor G. Ogden Engineering Maths & Science Tutor S. Hannon Engineering Maths & Science Tutor G. Holding Electrical Engineering Tutor K. Sturley Electrical Engineering Tutor K Davis Manufacturing Engineering Tutor R Dialimas Electrical Engineering Tutor D Eccles Engineering Maths and Science Tutor A Duckworth Manufacturing Engineering Tutor G Ellis IT Technician C Hornby Electrical Engineering Tutor J Jones Manufacturing Engineering Tutor D Morne Electrical Engineering Tutor M Sturzaker Manufacturing Engineering Tutor

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  • The Programme

    A programme team, made up of the Operations Manager, Module Tutors and a Further Education Co-ordinator administer the programme.

    BTEC Programme Definition

    BTEC Level 2 Diploma in Engineering (QCF) Duration 1yr Part-time day release or block release Title

    Maths for Engineering Technicians Applications Elec & Mech Science for Technicians

    Selecting Materials, Production Planning Electrical Devices & Communications Workplace Organisation & Standard Operating Proc Application of Quality Control & Measurement in Eng

    Working Safe & Effectively in Eng, Inter & Using Engineering Information

    BTEC Level 3 Diploma in Manufacturing Engineering (QCF) Duration 2 yrs Part-time day release or block release.

    Year 1 Mathematics for Technicians Properties & Applications of Engineering Materials Engineering Primary Forming Processes Mechanical Principles & Applications Engineering Drawing for Technicians Health & Safety in the Engineering Workplace Year 2 Further Maths for Technicians Engineering Design Electrical Electronic Principles Communications for Engineering Technicians Engineering Project Business Operations in Engineering

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  • BTEC Level 3 Diploma Electrical & Electronic Engineering (QCF) Duration 2 yrs Part-time Day Release.

    Year 1 Principles & Applications of Analogue Electronics Electrical & Electronic Principles

    Maths for Engineering Technicians Principles & Applications of Electronic Devices Health & Safety in the Engineering Workplace

    Micro Processor Systems & Applications Year 2 Further Electrical Principles Communications for Engineering Technicians Business Operations in Engineering Construction & Applications of Digital Systems Engineering Project Further Maths for Technicians BTEC Level 3 Diploma in Operations & Maintenance Engineering QCF) Duration 2 yrs Part-time day release.

    Year 1 Mathematics for Technicians Properties & Applications of Engineering Materials Engineering Primary Forming Processes Mechanical Principles & Applications Engineering Drawing for Technicians Health & Safety in the Engineering Workplace Year 2 Further Maths for Technicians Engineering Design Electrical Electronic Principles Communications for Engineering Technicians Engineering Project Business Operations in Engineering

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  • BTEC Level 4 HNC Diploma Electrical/Electronic Engineering (QCF) Duration 2 yrs Part-time day release.

    Year 1 Electrical & Electronic Principles Analytical Methods Maths

    Micro Process Systems Engineering Science Electrical Engineering Science Mechanical

    Health & Safety Risk Assessment

    Year 2 Project Design Implementation & Evaluation Electrical & Electronic Measurement & Testing Business Management Techniques Further Analytical Methods Maths

    Electrical & Electronic Digital Principles Electronic Principles

    BTEC Level 4 HNC Diploma Manufacturing (QCF) Duration 2 yrs Part-time day release.

    Year 1 Analytical Methods Maths

    Engineering Science Electrical Engineering Science Mechanical

    Manufacturing Processes Materials Engineering Health & Safety Risk Assessment in Engineering Year 2 Design for Manufacture Project Design Implementation & Evaluation Management of Project Advanced Manufacturing Technologies Further Analytical Methods ( Maths) Business Management Techniques for Engineers

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  • BTEC Level 4 HNC Diploma Operations Engineering (QCF) Duration 2 yrs Part-time day release. Year 1 Analytical Methods Maths

    Engineering Science Electrical Engineering Science Mechanical Plant & Process Principles Health & Safety Risk Assessment Materials Engineering Year 2 Plant Maintenance & Decommissioning Management of Projects Project, Design Implementation & Evaluation Business Management Techniques for Engineers Further Analytical Methods (Maths) Electrical and Electronic Digital Principles

    City & Guilds City & Guilds Level 2 Certificate in Engineering (QCF) 2850-22 Fabrication & Welding Technology Duration 1 Yr Part time Day Release. Core Unit 201 Working in Engineering. Core Unit 202 Principles of Engineering Technology Unit 212 Principles of Fabrication &am

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