Mechanical Engineering BTEC National Certificate

In Corby

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Description

  • Typology

    BTEC

  • Location

    Corby

  • Duration

    1 Year

Description

During year one of the course (National Award) you will study 6 BTEC modules including; Mechanical Principles, Mathematics, Science, Mechanical Technology, Electro-Pneumatics and Hydraulic Devices and Communications. Year one will also include the City and Guilds Performing Engineering Operations qualification. Key Skills and the OCNW Level 2 Certificate in Health and Safety will form.

Facilities

Location

Starts

Corby (Northamptonshire)
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George Street, NN17 1QA

Starts

On request

To take into account

A minimum of 4 GCSEs at C or above including Maths, English and preferably Science or equivalent OR A BTEC First Diploma in Engineering with a satisfactory reference and equivalent Maths, English and preferably Science OR A relevant Level 2 qualification with equivalent Maths, English and preferably Science. Entry is subject to a successful interview.

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Course programme

Mechanical Engineering BTEC National Certificate
  • Venue:
    George Street Campus, Corby
  • Duration:
    Two years
  • Start At:
    September 2009
  • Level of Study:
    Advanced (Level 3)
Mechanical Engineering BTEC National Certificate Entry Requirements
  • A minimum of 4 GCSEs at C or above including Maths, English and preferably Science or equivalent OR
  • A BTEC First Diploma in Engineering with a satisfactory reference and equivalent Maths, English and preferably Science OR
  • A relevant Level 2 qualification with equivalent Maths, English and preferably Science.
Entry is subject to a successful interview.

Content
During year one of the course (National Award) you will study 6 BTEC modules including; Mechanical Principles, Mathematics, Science, Mechanical Technology, Electro-Pneumatics and Hydraulic Devices and Communications. Year one will also include the City and Guilds Performing Engineering Operations qualification. Key Skills and the OCNW Level 2 Certificate in Health and Safety will form part of your final qualifications.

During year two of the course (National Certificate) you will study a further 6 BTEC modules including; Business Systems, Further Mechanical Principles, Primary Forming, Drawing and CAD and Further Mathematics. The second year of the course also includes a Project.

Assessment Your work will be assessed on a continual basis through a range of written assignments Progression
This course will prepare you for employment at technical/skilled status or for advanced study such as a Higher National Diploma in Mechanical Engineering.

Mechanical Engineering BTEC National Certificate

Price on request