Saturday, January 12, 2019

Level 3 NVQ Diploma in Aeronautical Engineering

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It is for candidates who work or want to work in the engineering sector

It allows candidates to learn, develop and practise the skills required for employment and/or career
progression in the engineering sector.

It serves as a technical certificate, in the engineering Apprenticeship framework.

To achieve the Level 3 Diploma in Aeronautical Engineering (Aircraft Manufacture Mechanical), learners must achieve 20 credits from the mandatory units and a minimum of 128 credits from the optional units available.

1. Introduction
2. Centre requirements
3. Delivering the qualification
4. Assessment
5. Units
Unit 001: Complying with statutory regulations and organisational safety requirements
Unit 002: Using and interpreting engineering data and documentation
Unit 403: Working efficiently and effectively in engineering
Unit 404: Reinstating the work area on completion of activities
Unit 405: Marking out composite and/or metallic aircraft components
Unit 406: Cutting and shaping aircraft components
Unit 407: Bending and forming aircraft components
Unit 408: Installing aircraft mechanical fasteners into composite and/or metallic components
Unit 409: Producing aircraft detail assemblies
Unit 410: Producing composite and/or metallic aircraft subassemblies
Unit 411: Producing composite and/or metallic aircraft major assemblies
Unit 412: Installing aircraft mechanical controls
Unit 413: Repairing airframes and structures
Unit 414: Modifying airframes
Unit 415: Modifying aircraft mechanical systems
Unit 416: Carrying out routine servicing of aircraft
Unit 423: Moulding acrylic aircraft components
Unit 426: Producing aircraft composite assemblies
Unit 427: Vacuum forming aircraft components
Unit 428: Producing aircraft components by plastic injection moulding
Unit 430: Assembling aircraft transparencies
Unit 439: Drilling and finishing holes in composite and/or metallic aircraft structures or components 
Unit 441: Installing aircraft hydraulic systems
Unit 442: Installing aircraft pneumatic systems
Unit 443: Installing aircraft de-icing systems
Unit 444: Installing aircraft fuel systems
Unit 445: Installing aircraft environmental systems
Unit 446: Installing flying control surfaces and systems
Unit 447: Installing aircraft armament systems
Unit 448: Installing aircraft assisted escape mechanisms
Unit 449: Installing aircraft main engines
Unit 450: Installing aircraft auxiliary engines
Unit 451: Installing aircraft power transmission systems
Unit 452: Testing installed aircraft engines
Unit 453: Testing aircraft power transmission systems
Unit 454: Testing aircraft hydraulic systems
Unit 455: Testing aircraft pneumatic systems
Unit 456: Testing aircraft environmental systems
Unit 457: Testing aircraft de-icing systems
Unit 458: Testing aircraft fuel systems
Unit 459: Testing aircraft flying control surfaces and systems
Unit 460: Testing aircraft armament systems
Unit 461: Testing aircraft assisted escape systems
Unit 493:
Applying finishes to aircraft composite moulding

Unit 602: Producing aircraft composite mouldings using prepreg laminating techniques
Unit 603: Producing aircraft composite mouldings using wet lay-up techniques
Unit 604: Producing aircraft composite mouldings using resin infusion laminating techniques
Unit 605: Trimming aircraft composite mouldings using hand tools
Unit 606: Identifying defects in aircraft composite mouldings
Unit 607: Repairing aircraft composite mouldings
Unit 608: Bonding aircraft composite materials
Unit 611: Setting plastic injection moulding machines for production of aircraft components
Appendix 1. Relationships to other qualifications
Appendix 2. Sources of general information

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