Higher National Certificate (HNC) Technology (Mechanical)

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Degrees accredited by the Engineering Council through one of the UK professional engineering institutions offer you a fast-track route towards Chartered Engineering status, a world renowned qualification. To become a Chartered Engineer you will need to graduate from an accredited B Eng programme with further learning.




At Glyndwr University all undergraduate programmes meet the educational standards required for the Chartered Engineer professional qualification. Increasingly, industry is looking for graduates who have the academic qualifications leading to profressional recognition. This means that you or prospective employers can be assured that your University of Wales Degree f…

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Degrees accredited by the Engineering Council through one of the UK professional engineering institutions offer you a fast-track route towards Chartered Engineering status, a world renowned qualification. To become a Chartered Engineer you will need to graduate from an accredited B Eng programme with further learning.




At Glyndwr University all undergraduate programmes meet the educational standards required for the Chartered Engineer professional qualification. Increasingly, industry is looking for graduates who have the academic qualifications leading to profressional recognition. This means that you or prospective employers can be assured that your University of Wales Degree from Glyndwr University has been successfully benchmarked against the Chartered Engineer standard.




The HNCs are benchmark qualifications by Glyndwr University for Engineering Technicians, recognised by industry and essential for certain positions in HM Forces. Our HNC courses introduce you to the fundamentals of electrical engineering science, the business and management skills you'll need to succeed and provide you with an opportunity to hone your maths skills.




Course units will be as follows:




Business & Management Techniques


Engineering Mathematics


Mechanical Science


Engineering Design


Engineering Materials


Engineering Computer Applications


Project


Mechanical Principles


CAD/CAM


Manufacturing Technology



How you will gain the qualification

During your course you will undertake assignments, laboratory experiments, case studies, CAD and informal examinations. Some of this work will form the basis of your assessment. There are no formal examinations on this HNC course.


What qualifications you need

For the HNC the academic requirements are an Edexcel BTEC National Diploma or Certificate or alternatively one A Level in Mathematics or a relevant science subject plus one other. Suitable experience may be accepted instead of formal qualifications subject to interview.




The entry requirements given alongside the course descriptions are given as general guidance to the level of offers which are made.




We wish to stress that all applications are considered on an individual basis and that motivation and commitment are considered alongside academic requirements.




All applicants should be able to show their ability to complete their chosen course successfully. Satisfying the minimum or typical entry requirements for a course is not a guarantee of a place.




If you are unsure whether you meet the entry requirements then please contact us. We are flexible and understand that some people may not have the formal qualifications but may still have the drive and ability to complete a higher education course.


Where to next

Mechanical Engineering is central to all aspects of engineering, from manufacturing to design. You will gain a sound knowledge of the concept and process of engineering design. There is a recognised shortage of qualified Mechanical Engineers in the UK. A qualification in this field will make you instantly attractive to employers as a result. You will have the skills to contribute to the design and development of mechanical systems and processes. Employment opportunities exist in the manufacturing field (Technician or Engineer level) or in the armed forces.

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