Electronic Engineering (BTEC Diploma)

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Description

This course is a BTEC L2 Diploma in Engineering - it is suitable for students who want to apply for engineering apprenticeships or progress to a L3 engineering course.

Course content

This is a practical work related course and students will be required to complete projects and assignments that are based on realistic workplace situations.

  • Applied electrical and mechanical science for engineers
  • Using and interpreting engineering information
  • Electronic devices and communications
  • Electronic circuit construction and testing
  • PC hardware and software installation
  • Mathematics for engineers
  • Working Safely and Effectively in Engineering
  • Operation and Maintenance of Electronic Systems and Components

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This course is a BTEC L2 Diploma in Engineering - it is suitable for students who want to apply for engineering apprenticeships or progress to a L3 engineering course.

Course content

This is a practical work related course and students will be required to complete projects and assignments that are based on realistic workplace situations.

  • Applied electrical and mechanical science for engineers
  • Using and interpreting engineering information
  • Electronic devices and communications
  • Electronic circuit construction and testing
  • PC hardware and software installation
  • Mathematics for engineers
  • Working Safely and Effectively in Engineering
  • Operation and Maintenance of Electronic Systems and Components

Entry Requirements

A minimum of four GCSEs at grade D or above which include English and Mathematics or suitable qualification at Level 1 with Merit grade. Students with a Pass grade will be considered subject to an additional assessment and/or supporting reference from tutor/school.

Delivery & Assessment methods

This course is full-time. Each unit is assessed by a series of assignments and practical work carried out in the workshops. There are no external exams on this course.

Progression

Level 3 qualification in Electronics/Electrical Engineering or Advanced Apprenticeship.

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