Course: Engineering Technologies Level 2

Study Level

Level 2


Great Yarmouth Campus

Lowestoft Campus


One Year



This course will help you develop the knowledge, skills and behaviours required to become a successful engineer in today’s rapidly moving industry, with skills in both mechanical and electrical engineering.

It covers knowledge, understanding and skills that are relevant to a wide variety of careers and study routes and takes a hands-on approach to basic engineering training.

This course is the perfect start for anyone looking to pursue a career as a Mechanical Fitter, Maintenance Engineer, Manufacturing Engineer, Electrical Engineer, Electronics Engineer, Sheet Metal Worker, CNC operator or Welder.

Modules you will study include:

  • Engineering
  • Environment awareness
  • Engineering techniques
  • Engineering maths and science principles

Why study with us:

  • You will have access to industry-standard facilities and resources in our workshops and £11.3m Energy Skills Centre at the Lowestoft campus.
  • The use of industry-standard HAAS CNC Machines.
  • Great links with local employers which can lead to work experience opportunities.



You will need to have achieved at least four GCSEs at grade 3 or above.


You can progress onto Engineering Level 3 or study a T Level in Maintenance Engineering Technologies (dependant on your GCSE grades). You could also progress into an apprenticeship.


"Farrans Construction is the main contractor for the Gull Wing bridge. On projects of this scale and duration, we recognise our ability to have a positive and long-lasting societal impact through the delivery of Social Value by bringing economic, social and environmental benefits to the communities in which we operate. We do this by working with local suppliers, supporting charitable organisations and offering apprenticeships and work experience on site. We are a large employer of construction and civil engineering talent across the UK and Ireland and we have been pleased to have worked closely with East Coast College to deliver a number of skills and training opportunities for its students."

Nicol High, Community Benefit Coordinator