This course is designed to equip working engineers with the necessary academic skills to progress in their careers. It is a broad-based program of study but addresses fundamental areas which span many disciplines in modern engineering including aerospace, energy, industrial manufacturing, design, mechatronics and food processing. The course comprises 4 units of study per year. Leaners are provided with module materials, lectures, tutorials, computer workshops, laboratory tests and research exercises. The course draws students from many international companies and a wide geographical catchment.
|Qualification name||BTEC HNC Diploma in Electrical and Electronic Engineering|
|Awarding organisation||Pearson Education Ltd (Formerly EDEXCEL)|
|Course type||Classroom based|
|Course start date||1st September 2024|
|Cost description||These fees relate to 2022/23 Tuition Fee: TBC|
Either/or • Level 3 qualification in Electrical and/or Electronic Engineering, or equivalent • Those with previous experience or learning that is relevant may be eligible via our RPL process for accreditation towards this course.
The units you will study are: Year 1 Maths Science PLC/Robotics Engineering Design Year 2 Electrical Machines Project Electrical Principles Electrical Systems
The course is delivered through a mixture of classroom-based work and practical work using modern equipment. Students will attend lectures on a day-release basis which will include tutorials, computer workshops, research periods etc. Students are expected to sustain 10 hours per week of self-directed study. In Year 2 students will also undertake an individual project and group tasks which will enhance development of knowledge and skills.
Students will be assessed through a mixture of phase tests, theoretical and practical assignments, and a work-related project.