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Construction and Engineering

WJEC Vocational Award Engineering Level 1/2

This title will be available from Tuesday 03 September, 2019.

You can preorder this title below if a price is shown, or you can sign up for an evaluation copy (see button below).

Author(s): Matthew Wrigley

awarding body: WJEC

level: Level 1/2

isbn: 978-1-912820-15-3

subject: Construction and Engineering

Pages: 288pp



Due September 2019

Written by an experienced Engineering teacher and examiner, this resource is designed to be accessible, flexible, practical and student-friendly. The comprehensive coverage of the specification requirements will support students through the course.

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Entered into the WJEC endorsement process, this new Student Book offers high quality support you can trust

Introduces students to many basic engineering skills and principles and allows them to grasp a good understanding of the subject area.

Shows students how to communicate effectively as an engineer via 3D drawing techniques and technical drawings as well as being able to use and identify many tools, machines and pieces of equipment that are commonplace in the engineering world.

Includes small tasks and mini-projects designed to embed students’ knowledge and allows them to ‘have a go’ at applying the theory.



How to use this book

Chapter 1 Engineering drawings

Chapter 2 Materials & properties

Chapter 3 Identifying features of working products

Chapter 4 Analysing & designing products against a brief

Chapter 5 Evaluating design ideas

Chapter 6 Specifications

Chapter 7 Engineering tools and equipment

Chapter 8 Engineering processes

Chapter 9 Effects of engineering achievements

Chapter 10 Engineering and the environment

Chapter 11 Engineering mathematical techniques

Portfolio guide example

Workshop skills projects


About the author:

Matthew Wrigley is a practising teacher who has taught for eleven years in the Design & Technology subject areas. He has successfully taught exam classes for Product Design, Graphic Communication and Engineering. Matthew has worked with a major awarding body on the development of resources for the Engineering IVQ course and is also currently acting as Examiner and Moderator for the course.