Maintenance And Operations Engineering Technician – Standard (ST0154)
MOET - is a comprehensive standard for technicians, covering preventive maintenance, troubleshooting, safety compliance, and essential skills. It equips individuals with the knowledge needed to excel in their roles and meet industry demands effectively.
Course Information for Students
Who is this course for?
This standard is suitable for anyone who works in an electrical or maintenance role, working on plant and equipment and carrying out planned preventative maintenance and dealing with breakdowns.
The apprentice role will involve installation, testing, servicing removal, replacement maintenance and repair of a range of equipment.
This standard is between 42-48 months in duration and will involve day release into college for the first 36 months (depending on prior learning).
Maths and English at Grade 4 or above or an equivalent qualification such as functional skills.
What will you learn?
In your first year you will attend college to develop your foundation skills in health and safety, hand fitting skills and maintaining mechanical equipment.
In your second and third year you will complete a Level 3 Diploma in Advanced Manufacturing Engineering (Development Knowledge). You will study units such as Health and Safety, Maths for Engineers, Mechanical Principles, Electrical Principles and Hydraulics and Pneumatics. You will also collate work place evidence to build a portfolio that will be submitted as part of the end point assessment process.
How will you learn?
You will be expected to attend college one day per week for the 36 months duration. You will be supported in the workplace by an Assessor who will conduct 12 weekly progress reviews, assess your work based portfolio and support you in preparation for your end point assessment.
What will you need to bring with you?
PPE is required for your first year in college which includes overalls/work wear, safety boots and glasses.
How will you be assessed?
Your first year will be mainly practical and you will be assessed through completing job write ups, question and answers and observations from your tutors. Your Diploma in Advanced Manufacturing Engineering (Development Knowledge) will be assessed through assignments.
Your end point assessment will include a multiple choice knowledge exam, a direct observation in the workplace and a technical interview supported by a portfolio of evidence.
There are a range of Level 4 and 6 apprenticeships that you could enrol to depending on your job role.
Who do you contact for more information?
For more information contact Derby College on 0800 0280289 or email@example.com
Is there any financial support available?
Apprenticeships are funded by an employer and/or the government.
Course Information for Employers
This apprenticeship is suitable for anyone who is working on plant and equipment, carrying out installation, servicing, maintenance and repairs.
Are they any entry requirements for my apprentice?
Maths and English GCSE at Grade 4 or above or an equivalent such as functional skills.
What is required from the employer in the workplace?
The employer is expected to provide a mentor/supervisor to the apprentice to support them in their skills and knowledge development. The apprentice is expected to complete 6 hours of off the job learning every week between the college and the employer.
Behaviours expected within the role
Health and Safety
Working with others
Sustainability and ethical behaviour
What qualification will my apprentice gain?
Maintenance and Operations Engineering Technician Level 3
What will the assessment look like?
At the end of the apprenticeship after a period of skills and knowledge development, once you, the apprentice and the college agree the apprentice is competent against the knowledge, skills and behaviours of the standard, the apprentice then goes to gateway. The apprentice then goes through their End Point Assessment (EPA), via an external body, they will be assessed through; an online knowledge exam, a direct observation in the workplace and a technical interview supported by a portfolio of evidence.
Will my apprentice need to come into college?
One day per week for 36 months.
Is there any specialist equipment required?
For the first year your apprentice will need overalls/work wear, safety boots and glasses.
What progression can my apprentice expect after completion of their apprenticeship?
There are a range of Level 4 and 6 apprenticeships, depending on the apprentices role.
What job roles will this apprenticeship be suitable for?
Mechanical or Electrical maintenance roles
Will the college help me find an apprentice?
You may already have someone in your organisation or someone has come to you direct asking for an apprenticeship, but if you don’t we have a free recruitment service to help you hire the best candidate for your organisation from our talent pool and external advertising through social media and the national apprenticeship services website
If you are an employer and you would like to know more, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01332 387421
This course could lead to one of these careers...
DCG Success Stories
Discover how our students have achieved success. Their hard work and dedication to learning has enabled them to succeed in rewarding careers or progress onto higher education.
We encourage progress and aspirational outcomes by guiding people onto learning pathways that lead to positive destinations. Our students have gone on to achieve great things since leaving the College. We would like to share some of their inspiring success stories with you.
Use our online application form to apply for this course.
Course Information Last Updated On: July 3, 2023 4:20 pm