Part Time EDEXCEL (BTEC) National Certificate in Engineering

Hull College

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Important information

  • BTEC
  • Hull
  • Duration:
    2 Years
Description

The BTEC/EDEXCEL National Certificate in Engineering is designed to provide a broad foundation in Engineering at a technician level. This is an excellent engineering course giving you a good blend of theory and modern techniques used in modern engineering industry. Learners obtaining the certificate will be eligible to proceed to higher level courses at this College and other Higher Education.

Important information

Requirements: 4 GCSEs grade C or above including Maths and Science or City and Guilds 2800. Mature learners are welcomed but may require a brief interview with the course tutor.

Higher National Certificate or Diploma in an Engineering discipline.

Government funding available

Venues

Where and when

Starts Location
On request
Hull
Queen'S Gardens (Chesters Building), HU1 3DG, East Riding of Yorkshire, England

Course programme


EDEXCEL (BTEC) National Certificate in Engineering

Course Details

The BTEC/EDEXCEL National Certificate in Engineering is designed to provide a broad foundation in Engineering at a technician level. This is an excellent engineering course giving you a good blend of theory and modern techniques used in modern engineering industry. Learners obtaining the certificate will be eligible to proceed to higher level courses at this College and other Higher Education Colleges and Universities. 1st year common units Business Systems for Technicians Communications for Technicians Mathematics for Technicians Engineering Design Electrical & Electronic Principles Mechanical Principles 2nd year units Electrical: Electronic Principles Further Elec. Principles PLCs Three phase systems Mechanical: Engineering Materials Computer Aided Design Hydraulics/Pneumatics Primary Forming processes 2nd year common units Engineering Project Further Mathematics

Qualifications required:
4 GCSEs grade C or above including Maths and Science or City and Guilds 2800. Mature learners are welcomed but may require a brief interview with the course tutor.

Course length:
2 years

Venue:
The College's Queen's Gardens Site

Start Date:
September

Course hours:
One day and one evening per week

Additional info:
General stationery equipment. Assessment is by internal assignments that are designed to meet appropriate unit criteria. All students will require a scientific calculator for this course.

Progression:
Higher National Certificate or Diploma in an Engineering discipline.

Session times:
TBA

Days running:
TBA

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