Maritime Defence (Knowledge) (4715)

Last Updated: 23 Nov 2017

Product code 4715

This qualification is specifically for learners who work in the Maritime sector as a Maritime Fabricator, Maritime Electrical Fitter, Maritime Pipefitter and Maritime Mechanical Fitter within the military. On successful completion of the standard candidates are able to progress to Higher Technician Family of Apprenticeships. To deliver these qualifications, centres will need to provide their learners with a suitable learning environment and the resources they need to complete the theoretical aspects of the qualification.

On-programme

Learners interested in the 4715-02 Level 2 Diploma in Maritime Defence (Foundation Knowledge) will study the following:

Compulsory topics include:

•Working in a marine engineering environment
•General engineering principles
•General engineering mathematics and science principles
Learners will also be able to choose additional optional topics, including:

•Principles of welding and fabrication
•Principles of pipework fabrication
•Principles of electrical maintenance
•Principles of mechanical maintenance
•Principles of electrical and electronic technology
•Assembling and maintaining fluid power systems
•Electrical inspection and testing
Learners interested in the Level 3 Diploma in Maritime Defence (Development Knowledge) will study the following:

Compulsory topics include:

•Engineering Maths
•Engineering and environmental health and safety
•Engineering principles
Pathway mandatory group:

•Principles of mechanical engineering
•Principles of electrical and electronic engineering
•Principles of pipework fabrication
•Principles of Fabrication and welding
Learners will also be able to choose additional optional topics, including:

•Marine Propulsion Systems
•Marine Auxiliary Systems and Equipment
•Principles of shipbuilding
•Principles of maintenance, installation and commissioning
•Plate work fabrication of materials
•Sheet metal work fabrication of materials



End-point assessment

EPA is through the professional Engineering Institute which is the IMechE.

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