Diploma in Engineering (Mechanical - Electrical)

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Course Code: A0080 Course Length: 1 year Course Schedule: 3 days a week during school term time 9.00am to 5.00pm. Entry Requirements:

Demonstrate commitment, motivation and enthusiasm to succeed on the course. It would be ideal that you had GCE in maths and english at grade E or F. Help will be available for those who require additional support for maths and english and any other form required

Core Skills:

Communication, ability to solve problems and be able to work as part of a team

Assessment:

Short answer questions, practical workshop exercises and online assessment. There are a number of assessments required to complete your course so a commitment by yourself is crucial.

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Course Code: A0080 Course Length: 1 year Course Schedule: 3 days a week during school term time 9.00am to 5.00pm. Entry Requirements:

Demonstrate commitment, motivation and enthusiasm to succeed on the course. It would be ideal that you had GCE in maths and english at grade E or F. Help will be available for those who require additional support for maths and english and any other form required

Core Skills:

Communication, ability to solve problems and be able to work as part of a team

Assessment:

Short answer questions, practical workshop exercises and online assessment. There are a number of assessments required to complete your course so a commitment by yourself is crucial.

Academic Progression:

This Diploma is designed to keep your options open. It could lead to the Engineering Higher Diploma, one of the other Diplomas available, another Level two course at the College or an Apprenticeship with an employer. The programme also allows you to find out about the wide range of jobs and careers available within the engineering industry.

Career Progression:

Ability to apply for apprenticeships in mechanical, electrical and electronic engineering

Full Description:

Course Description:

The Engineering Diploma is an ideal course for you if you are interested in engineering and would like an introduction to this innovation-led industry. Engineering plays a big part in creating and developing the modern world we live in. New ideas and innovations are at the heart of this exciting sector and its many industries, which include mechanics, electronics, telecommunications, biomedicine, automotive and aerospace. The Diploma will introduce you to the engineering world and how it shapes the way we live. You will learn about basic engineering, electrical and electronic principles, design and materials, and how to produce simple engineering drawings. You will also look at how to develop new ideas and concepts for the future, such as the impact of recycling. Throughout the Diploma, you will get lots of practical experience and be able to promote yourself in the job market,

The course consists of three main elements

1. Vocational Qualification ( Diploma in Engineering)

2. Personal and Social Development ( Award in Personal & Social Development)

3. Functional Skills ( Communication, Maths and ICT)

Vocational Qualification - Units of study

  • Working safely in Engineering
  • Developing skills in planning and making a machined product
  • Developing skills in electronic assembly
  • Developing skills in wiring electrical circuits and components
  • Developing skills in making engineering components using handtools
  • Starting work in Engineering
  • Developing skills in routine servicing of an eletrical/electronic system
  • Investigating rights and responsibilities at work
  • Positive attitudes and behaviour at work
  • Searching for a job
  • Interpreting and using engineering information
  • Engineering marking out

Personal and social development - Units of study

  • Exploring the impact of diversity in our communities
  • Healthy life styles
  • Managing personal risk
  • Understanding personal identity
  • Managing own money

Functional Skills - Units of study

  • Communication
  • Maths
  • ICT
Course fee: None - 19+ please be advised by CCN Costs:

Safety boots, overalls, folders, stationary - The college can provide you with safety boots and overalls during induction (costs for both will apply)

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Please note that although the information given is believed to be correct at the time of publication, course information, costs where applicable and attendance details may change.

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