Embedded electronic systems design and development engineer (degree) - Level 6 - Apprenticeship Standard
Designing and developing electronic circuits, devices and systems for a range of industries.
Set by employer. Candidates will usually have A levels (or equivalent) in maths and at least 1 other science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) based subject (for example - computing, electronics or physics) as well as English GCSE at grade C or above.
* Institute of Engineering and Technology (IET) accredited honours degree in electronics or electrical and electronic engineering Before taking their end-point assessment apprentices must: * achieve level 2 English and maths (equivalent to GCSEs at grades A* to C)
What apprentices will learn
- electrical theory and principles - including passive components, semiconductors and thermal management
- analogue and digital circuit design - including designing for purpose and production and testing techniques
- computer aided design (CAD), mathematical modelling and software programming
- project management - including contingency, resource and time planning
- business and commercial awareness and principles - including costs, overheads, margins and profits
- working independently on their own initiative while working within a team environment
- health and safety practices, standards and legislation within a product design environment
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Please note this training is specifically for employers in England looking to train apprentices, not individuals looking to achieve this qualification.
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