Level 2 Mechanical Engineering

L2MEC
Course Description

Teacher in Charge: Ms M. Green

What will I learn and how will I learn?
Mechanical engineers make things! They use a variety of materials and manufacturing processes to design and build machinery, products and other cool stuff. It’s mechanical engineers who make motorbikes, cars, tools, cell phone towers, aluminium boats, wrought iron products and so much more.

The Engineering Industry Training Organisation (Competenz), and the Motor Industry Training Organisation (MITO) both offer schools genuine industry unit standards at Level 2 and 3. This qualification prepares students for real jobs in the engineering industry by developing all kinds of relevant skills and knowledge. Students develop confidence using a variety of hand and machine tools, measuring and welding equipment. This empowers them to work more and more independently and with increasing skill. Students learn to communicate ideas through drawings and plans. This enables them to reproduce products to a high standard or to design and develop their own ideas and share them efficiently with others.

Students are taught safe practices in preparation for industry. Caring for our excellent facilities make students part of a long tradition of quality students who can be recommended by Kaitaia College staff to future employers. 

Level 2 students will be manufacturing an off-road pocket bike.

Authenticity
All students are expected to follow the policy outlined in the Kaitaia College NZQA Student Handbook.  Failure to comply will result in a "Not Achieved" grade for the affected assessment/s.

Conditions of Assessment All work must be submitted to the teacher by the due date. Any work not submitted for assessment by the deadline will receive a ‘Not Achieved’ grade. If students are sick on the day their work is due, they must get a doctor's certificate. Read over the student handbook for full assessment details.

Submitting Internal Assessment Assessments are to be handed in at the end of the lesson on the due date.

Resubmissions and Further Assessment Opportunities Resubmissions can only be offered once and only when small errors or omissions need to be corrected in their work in a short period of time. There is no further teaching available. Further assessment opportunities are not available in every standard.


Pathway

Year 13 Mechanical Engineering

Recommended Prior Learning

Entry into this subject is by approval from Ms Michelle Green (Head of Learning Area) with preference given to students who have successfully completed a National Certificate in Mechanical Engineering (Level 1).

For safety reasons, numbers are limited on this course.


Credit Information

This course is eligible for subject endorsement.

This course is approved for University Entrance.

Assessment
Level
Internal or
External
Credits
L1 Literacy Credits UE Literacy Credits Numeracy Credits
U.S. 2396 v7 Demonstrate and apply knowledge of the selection, use, and care of portable hand held engineering power tools
Assessments:
Term: 2, Week: 3
2
I
4
U.S. 4435 v8 Select, use, and care for engineering dimensional measuring equipment
Assessments:
Term: 2, Week: 7
2
I
3
U.S. 21683 v3 Demonstrate knowledge of MIG welding in the motor industry
Assessments:
Term: 1, Week: 10
Term: 2, Week: 2
3
I
2
U.S. 21684 v2 Use a MIG welding plant in the motor industry
Assessments:
Term: 1, Week: 10
Term: 2, Week: 2
3
I
3
U.S. 21911 v3 Demonstrate knowledge of safety on engineering worksites
Assessments:
Term: 1, Week: 2
2
I
2
A.S. 91344 v4 Construction and Mechanical Technologies 2.20 - Implement advanced procedures using resistant materials to make a specified product with special features
Assessments:
Term: 3, Week: 10
2
I
6
Total Credits

Total Credits Available: 20 credits.
Internally Assessed Credits: 20 credits.

Pathway Tags

Civil Engineer, Mechanical Engineer, Fitter & Turner, Plumber, Gasfitter


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