EDEXCEL BTEC Level 5 HND Diploma in Manufacturing Engineering (Year 2 of 3)

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Description

Course Content

Core Units for Manufacturing Engineering:
• Analytical Methods for Engineers
• Engineering Science
• Project Design, Implementation and Evaluation
• Manufacturing Planning and Scheduling Principles.
16 units in total are required.

Specialist units are delivered to add breadth and more focused knowledge, skills and understanding, e.g.
Specialist Units for Manufacturing Engineering:
• Health, Safety and Risk Assessment
• Application of Machine Tools
• Advanced Computer-aided Design Techniques
• Applications of Pneumatics and Hydraulics
• Business Improvement Techniques
• Computer-aided Machining
• Computer-aided Design and Manufacture
• Industrial Robot Technology.

Course Aims

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Course Content

Core Units for Manufacturing Engineering:
• Analytical Methods for Engineers
• Engineering Science
• Project Design, Implementation and Evaluation
• Manufacturing Planning and Scheduling Principles.
16 units in total are required.

Specialist units are delivered to add breadth and more focused knowledge, skills and understanding, e.g.
Specialist Units for Manufacturing Engineering:
• Health, Safety and Risk Assessment
• Application of Machine Tools
• Advanced Computer-aided Design Techniques
• Applications of Pneumatics and Hydraulics
• Business Improvement Techniques
• Computer-aided Machining
• Computer-aided Design and Manufacture
• Industrial Robot Technology.

Course Aims

The course aims to provide the engineering industry with higher level technicians who possess the necessary technical, managerial, analytical and personal skills to operate effectively as team members.

Special Features

• Optional sandwich year industrial placement allows for practical application of studies, team, working, time management and an insight into their chosen career. Additional units are available for completion during the work placement
• Mechanical and Electrical practical training sessions involving the use of Industrial Hardware and Software within the Centre in Manufacturing Engineering.

Assessment Methods

Each unit is internally assessed by using a wide range of assessment methods and instruments appropriate to the learning outcomes in the context of the specific Engineering sectors.
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