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FullTime National Diploma in Automotive Engineering

Inhouse

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Description

  • Typology

    Vocational qualification

  • Methodology

    Inhouse

  • Duration

    2 Years

Description

The course is designed to provide a sound understanding of basic engineering principles as applied to the design, manufacture and maintenance requirements of the modern motor vehicle. The National Diploma provides the training and development needed for students with a keen interest in automotive engineering. It is practically orientated with assessed practical tasks at each level but also.

To take into account

Normally students who are 16-19 years of age will require either a minimum of 4 good GCSE grades, including Mathematics and Science, or an Intermediate GNVQ or a First Diploma in a related subject or an equivalent. Entry for mature students without formal qualifications is at the discretion of the faculty. All students will be interviewed and undergo an entry test.

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Subjects

  • Automotive
  • Automotive Engineering
  • Engineering
  • IT

Course programme

Awarding Body

OCN

Course Content

The course is designed to provide a sound understanding of basic engineering principles as applied to the design, manufacture and maintenance requirements of the modern motor vehicle. The National Diploma provides the training and development needed for students with a keen interest in automotive engineering. It is practically orientated with assessed practical tasks at each level but also focuses on the theory behind the engineering technologies involved in the automotive industry.

Course Features

Progression to higher education

In depth training in the engineering involved with automotive industry

Work placement integral to course
Career Prospects and Progression

Successful completion of the ND will qualify students for entry to HNDs and Degree courses in related subjects.

Modules

Mandatory Applied Units at Levels 1 2 & 3 Vehicle Mathematics Vehicle Science ICT for Vehicle Repair Vehicle Electrical/Electronics Technical units at level 1 LV1 Health ? Safety LV2 Foundation Skills LV3 Vehicle construction ? Maintenance LV4 Operating principles of chassis components LV5 Operating principles of engines LV6 Operating principles of Transmission systems LV7 Operating principles of electrical/electronic systems Technical Units at Level 2 G1 Contribute to Workplace Good Housekeeping G2 Health & Safety G3 Maintain Positive Working Relationships MR01LV Routine Vehicle Maintenance MR02LV Remove & Replace Engine Units & Components MR03LV Remove & Replace Electrical Components & Units Level 2 requires the student to choose 1 additional option unit. Technical Units at Level 3 G1 Contribute to Workplace Good Housekeeping G2 Health & Safety G3 Maintain Positive Working Relationships MR07LV Diagnose & Rectify Engine & Component Faults MR08LV Diagnose & Rectify Chassis System Faults AE06G Diagnose & Rectify Auxiliary Equipment Electrical Faults Level 3 requires the student to choose 1 additional option unit.

Method of Assessment

Coursework, Assignments and Unit Phase Tests.

Course Length

2 Years full time

Time of Delivery

Daytime

Campus

Pibwrlwyd Campus

Bilingual Provision

This course can be studied in English only

Entry Requirements

Normally students who are 16-19 years of age will require either a minimum of 4 good GCSE grades, including Mathematics and Science, or an Intermediate GNVQ or a First Diploma in a related subject or an equivalent. Entry for mature students without formal qualifications is at the discretion of the faculty. All students will be interviewed and undergo an entry test.

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FullTime National Diploma in Automotive Engineering

Price on request