The course comprises of two core units, two mandatory units and six specialist units. This provides a total of 360 GLH.
- The Engineering World
- Investigating an engineered productMandatory units:
- Interpreting and using engineering information
- Mathematics for EngineeringSpecialist units:
- Health and safety in engineering
- Engineering materials
- Computer aided engineering
- Machining techniques
- Electronic circuit design and construction
- Electrical and mechanical science for engineering
Who is this course for
This course is for students who intend to gain an understanding of, and the skills required for the electronics or manufacturing industry.
4 GCSEs grade 3 (grade D) or above including both English & maths and science plus one of the following - design technology, business and ICT or a relevant Level 1 qualification. You will have a College interview and references may be taken up.
Where next - Further Studies
BTEC Level 3 90 credit Diploma/Extended Diploma in Electrical/Electronic Engineering or Mechanical Engineering (subject to academic performance and attendance) or a relevant apprenticeship.
Where next - Job Opportunities
Gain employment in the electronics, power, control and computer- related areas such as electronics design and development, commissioning, installation, maintenance and fault-diagnosis, computer systems, trouble-shooting, project planning and technical services/sales.
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