Part Time BTEC National Certificate in Operations and Maintenance Year 1/2

In Telford

£ 850 + VAT
  • Typology

    BTEC

  • Location

    Telford

Description

The BTEC National Certificate in Operations and Maintenance Engineering is designed to produce technicians who have the practical skills, knowledge & understanding required for success in today' s constantly changing industrial climate. Spread over two years, the National Certificate prepares students for employment in a range of operations and maintenance occupations including: install.

Important information

Government funding available

Facilities

Location

Starts

Telford (Shropshire)
Haybridge Road, Wellington, TF1 2NP

Starts

On request

To take into account

You need to have obtained a minimum of 4 GCSEs at Grade 'C' or above to include mathematics and a science subject.

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Course programme


BTEC National Certificate in Operations and Maintenance Year 1/2

Name BTEC National Certificate in Operations and Maintenance Year 1/2

Time Part-Time

Content The BTEC National Certificate in Operations and Maintenance Engineering is designed to produce technicians who have the practical skills, knowledge & understanding required for success in todays constantly changing industrial climate. Spread over two years, the National Certificate prepares students for employment in a range of operations and maintenance occupations including: install, operate & maintain complex engineering systems currently used throughout the broad range of manufacturing, engineering and assembly industries. The course may also form part of the Advanced Apprenticeship scheme framework.

Assessment The course is assessed by assignments and examination.

Awarding Body EDEXCEL

Tutor Glyn Thomas

Level 3

Cost £850.00

Additional Costs £0.00

Minimum Age 16

Further Study You may wish to progress to a Foundation Degree in Engineering.

Career Prospects Successful students will be able to continue their career in engineering in the fields of installation, production, maintenance or product development.

Other Information Alternative entry qualifications are the BTEC First Diploma in Engineering, City & Guilds 2800 Part II or City & Guilds Part II (Electrical Engineering). Mature students may be exempt from formal entry qualifications. To progress to year 2, students should have successfully completed year 1 of the course. If you are enrolling on your FIRST Level 3 course it may be free. PLEASE NOTE THAT THE FEE FOR THE SECOND YEAR OF THIS COURSE IS 740.

Code : Venue : Start Date : Day & Times : Weeks : End Date : Weekly Hours

TP042A : Telford College Of Arts & Technology : 23-09-09 : Wednesday 0900 - 2000 : 33 : 30-06-10 : 9.00

TP041A : Telford College Of Arts & Technology : 22-09-09 : Tuesday 0900 - 2000 : 33 : 29-06-10 : 9.00
£ 850 + VAT