Higher National Certificates are specialist vocational programmes linked to professional body requirements and national occupational standards where appropriate, with a strong workrelated emphasis. This qualification builds a strong foundation in the key concepts and practical skills required by employers in the building services sector and are recognised nationally by employers. There is a strong emphasis on HVAC and electrical building services design alongside the development of requisite knowledge and understanding of building services. Modules include: > Building Services General > Safety in Construction > Analytical Methods > Personal Skills 1 (Communication and Research) > Electrical Design > Refrigeration Design > Thermofluids > 2D CAD.> Independent learning is expected along with regular online tutorial support. Students will be expected to attend campus for practical assessments and examinations. > Students will usually wish to purchase textbooks although there are extensive library and online resources available. > Ceremony costs apply for those wishing to attend the graduation > The modules are internally assessed using a variety of methods and styles as appropriate to each module. Assessment methods include assignments, research projects, problemsolving case studies, practical tasks, group work, oral presentations, time-constrained assignments and formal examinations > This programme is validated by the University of Greenwich.
|Qualification name||HNC Building Services Engineering - Mid-Kent College|
|Awarding organisation||University of Greenwich|
|Course type||Classroom based|
|Course start date||5th September 2022|
|Cost description||The price is shown per year|
You will need one of the following: > Equivalent of 80 UCAS points (under the new tariff) from A-levels (including minimum grade C/grade 4 in maths) > A BTEC National Certificate (minimum MMM grade) > An Extended Diploma (minimum MMM grade) > A GNVQ (Advanced) in a relevant discipline > An Access to Higher Education Diploma. Mature candidates who do not meet the above criteria may still be admitted to the course subject to an interview with the programme director. The interview inc
Successful completion can benefit the pursuit of a career goal as a technician or professional working in the building services engineering sector, or as a project manager, estimator or services design technician. You may also want to continue onto the HND in Building Services Design Engineering (Top-up).