Electronic Engineering: NC

Vocational qualification

In Glasgow

Price on request

Description

  • Type

    Vocational qualification

  • Location

    Glasgow (Scotland)

  • Duration

    2 Years

This course is intended for those seeking qualifications as Electronic Engineering Technicians. It is suitable for mature persons requiring retraining as well as school leavers. Students completing the course successfully are awarded the National Certificate in Electronic Engineering.

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Location

Start date

Glasgow
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43 Shamrock Street, G4 9LD

Start date

On request

About this course

Standard Grades (grade 3 or above) plus preferably study of Mathematics at Higher Grade OR an appropriate range of SQA NC modules or NQ units. Entry by informal interview.

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Electronic Engineering: NC

Course Description
This course is intended for those seeking qualifications as Electronic Engineering Technicians. It is suitable for mature persons requiring retraining as well as school leavers. Students completing the course successfully are awarded the National Certificate in Electronic Engineering.

Preferred Entry Requirements
Standard Grades (grade 3 or above) plus preferably study of Mathematics at Higher Grade OR an appropriate range of SQA NC modules or NQ units. Entry by informal interview.

Course Duration
Course Duration: 2 academic years
Start Date: Aug-09
End Date: Jun-11
Hours per week: 6.5 hours (1 day)

Course Content

Year 1
Electrical Fundamentals; Electronic Components And Circuit Assembly Techniques; Mathematics: Analysis/Algebra 1; Core Mathematics 4; Semiconductor Applications: An Introduction; Single Phase Ac; Basic Electrical Plant Safety & Maintenance.

Year 2
Electrostatics; Combinational Logic; The Individual In Industry And Work; Electromagnetics; DC & AC Circuit Responses; Electronics Project; Network Analysis; Sequential Logic; Mathematics: Calculus A; Electronics Project; Power Factor Improvement and Three-Phase Theory.

Progression
Employment (at Technician level). HNC/HND courses.

Electronic Engineering: NC

Price on request