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GOWER COLLEGE  SWANSEA

Tel: 01792 284000 

 

Web: www.gcs.ac.uk

For courses in Consumer Electronics, Signal Reception and Domestic Appliance Servicing, follow 'Digital Technology'

 

Gower College offers dedicated specialist rooms for:

White goods installation and servicing.

Audio visual installation and servicing.

Signal pathway installation and servicing.

Digital home integration training.

Gower College can also offer work based learning options including:

Distance learning packages.

Subject specific assessors in all of the identified areas.

A mobile classroom.

 

In addition Gower College also offers:

 

Apprenticeship schemes.

Bespoke training solutions to satisfy specific training needs.

School awareness and marketing activities to promote young people to join the industry.

 

Using their facilities, Gower College can now offer training for;

 

                                                            White Goods:

601/5669-7F - EAL  Level 2 Diploma In Engineering Technologies (Electrical and Electronic Technology)

600/8264/1QPEA - EAL Level 2 NVQ Diploma In Performing Engineering Operations (Engineering Practices)

601/5801/3E - EAL Level 3 Diploma In Engineering Technologies (Electrical and Electronic Technology)

601/5802/5 - EAL Level 3 Extended Diploma in Engineering Technologies

 

                                                           Brown Goods.

  

601/5669-7F - EAL  Level 2 Diploma In Engineering Technologies (Electrical and Electronic Technology)

600/8264/1QPEA - EAL Level 2 NVQ Diploma In Performing Engineering Operations (Engineering Practices)

601/5801/3E - EAL Level 3 Diploma In Engineering Technologies (Electrical and Electronic Technology)

601/5802/5 - EAL Level 3 Extended Diploma in Engineering Technologies

 

The training would necessitate attending Gower College for two separate one week blocks for classroom / workshop tuition and then, at the end of the course, an additional two days for online assessment.   

 

In addition the student would:

(a)  Undertake on-line tuition.

(b)  Take part in Skype tutorials.

(c)  Watch classroom demonstrations.

(d)  Compile a portfolio of evidence, with the employer, to demonstrate their competence. 

 

The attendance blocks would take place during the summer season to avoid the industry busy period around Christmas and take advantage of the extra availability of college workshops.