Electrical and Electronic Engineering - Level 3 Triple Diploma
1. Qualification details
|Qualification name||BTEC National Extended Diploma in Electrical and Electronic Engineering|
|Qualification level||Level 3|
|Awarding organisation||Pearson Education Ltd (Formerly EDEXCEL)|
|Course type||Full time|
|Course start date||01 September 2020|
|Additional price description||Students who are 18 or under pay no FE Course Fees.|
|Funding information||Advanced Learner Loans available|
|Attendance pattern||Daytime/working hours|
|Support facilities||Parking; Library/Learning Resource facilities; Restaurant/Brasserie; Gym/Fitness Centre; Facilities/support for students with hearing impairment (on site plus minicom 01253 355755)|Facilities/support for students with learning difficulties (on site)|Guidance and advice service (on site)|Accommodation assistance|
2. Course description
Start your journey towards becoming a fully qualified Electrical and Electronic Engineer with the Level 3 Triple Diploma in Electrical and Electronic Engineering.Co-created with industry this qualification is aimed at learners preparing for roles in electrical and electronic engineering, for example power engineering technicians, to allow you to develop the exact skills needed. There is a strong focus on experimental and practical techniques so you learn to apply your knowledge to real industry scenarios. You will also develop your analytical and problem-solving abilities. This is a challenging and exciting course, featuring work experience and delivered by enthusiastic expert tutors all keen to support you towards success.This qualification is the equivalent of 3 A levels.If you do not achieve a grade 3 in GCSE Maths or English you will have to work towards re-sitting these subjects as part of your main study programme. At B&FC, this won't delay your career journey because you're working towards these subjects at the same time as your chosen subject.
3. Entry requirements
Maths and English at minimum Grade 3 plus at least 2 other GCSEs at Grade 3 and above.
4. Equipment required
No specialist equipment required
5. Assessment method
Most courses are assessed via a combination of coursework, exams and practical assessments. Exams are formal, timed written assessments, carried out in a controlled environment and overseen by one or more invigilators. Coursework differs from exams in that it is usually non-timed and carried out independently. Practical assessments involve observation of your practical skills and competencies by a trained assessor.
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