Electrical and Electronic Engineering - HNC/HND
Electrical / Electronic Engineering is a broad industry encompassing management, cutting edge technology and engineering understanding.
This course is intended to be a progression from level 3 apprenticeships and for those who wish to study at a higher level on a part time basis. It offers vocationally relevant subjects that will enhance knowledge of the industry as well the softer skills like time management. Typically this will be day release, encompassing twilight sessions and an expectation at this level that a proportion of the course is independent study.
This qualification is awarded by Pearson.
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- Electronic Engineering
- Part Time
- Time management
During the first two years you will study the following modules towards a Higher National Certificate:
Core – Analytical Methods for Engineering
Core – Engineering Science
Core - Project Design, Implementation & Evaluation
Business Improvement Techniques
Business Management Techniques for Engineers
Manufacturing Planning & Scheduling Principles
In the third year you will study towards the Higher National Diploma. The modules covered are:
Electrical and Electronic Measurement & Testing
Further Analytical Methods for Engineers
Digital & Analogue Devices & Circuits
Instrumentation and Control Principles
Principles of Electronic Product Manufacture
In addition to the above units, twilight sessions and tutorials will also cover the following:
Personal and Professional Development
Work-based Experience The HNC/HND in electrical and electronic engineering will develop core competencies for the practicing engineer alongside softer skills such as business techniques and time management. The range of skills acquired will provide a pathway into diverse career opportunities within the engineering sector. This course will be delivered at the University Centre (formerly College House). For the latest version of the programme specifications for this course please see the following link: Relevant A-levels, relevant BTEC Level 3/National Certificate at MM or above. Industrial experience will also be considered. If you wish to apply for one of our part-time Higher Education courses, please apply here You can progress into employment or onto a full degree course.
Electrical / Electronic Engineering is a broad industry encompassing management, cutting edge technology and engineering understanding