OverviewEngineering Operative Standard Motorsports Apprenticeship Level 2
This Standard requires the Learner to undertake the full-time study programme to attain the Knowledge Qualification. Once this has been successfully completed the learner can be employed as an apprentice to complete the skills qualification and attain the L2 Engineering Operative Standard that takes up to 21 months.
It is desirable that apprentices will hold GCSEs in maths, English and ICT at grade 3 or above. If the apprentice has been employed without these grades the opportunity to undertake Functional Skills at level 2 will be an essential element to achieving all elements of the apprenticeship.
- Level 2 Diploma in Engineering Operations (Skills)
- Level 2 Diploma in Engineering Operations (knowledge)
- Level 2 Engineering Operative End Point Assessment
The Engineering Operative Apprenticeship Standard achieved through the National College of Motorsports combines the knowledge qualification gained on the full-time programme with the skills qualification attained in the workplace. As well as these recognised qualifications, all apprentices will be required to provide evidence of the required behaviours associated with their job role, including:
• Personal responsibility and resilience – Comply with the health and safety guidance and procedures, be disciplined and have a responsible approach to risk, work diligently regardless of how much they are being supervised, accept responsibility for managing time and workload and stay motivated and committed when facing challenges
• Work effectively in teams – Integrate with the team, support other people, consider implications of their own actions on other people and the business whilst working effectively to get the task completed
• Effective communication and interpersonal skills – An open and honest communicator, communicates clearly using appropriate methods, listen well to others and have a positive and respectful attitude
• Focus on quality and problem solving – Follow instructions and guidance, demonstrate attention to detail, follow a logical approach to problem solving and seek opportunities to improve quality, speed and efficiency
• Continuous personal development – Reflect on skills, knowledge and behaviours and seek opportunities to develop, adapt to different situations, environments or technologies and have a positive attitude to feedback and advice
You will also have to successfully complete the Apprenticeship End Point Assessment (EPA), to confirm your competence. The EPA consists of 2 assessment methods: –
• Practical observation – to assess your application of skills within your place of work or in a suitable environment away from your workplace
• Professional discussion – to holistically assess your competence across the standard and will be informed by reflective portfolio
The Level 2 Diploma in Engineering Operations (Skills) qualification will be assessed within your workplace, and a portfolio of evidence produced using the One-file E Portfolio.
Once you have completed your Race Technician Apprenticeship you will be eligible to progress to all levels of international forms of motorsport such as Formula 1, World Endurance Championship, and the World Rally Championship.
As an employee of a race team, your employer will be responsible for all costs associated with your job role.
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