BTEC Level 3 Diploma in Engineering Mechanical Part Time

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Duration:2 Years Fee: Under 24 year old : £1192 (Price Includes Registration fee of £142)
Full-Time courses for 16-18 School Leavers are Free.

Course fees are per year.
If you are aged between 19 and 23 and you don’t have a qualification equivalent to 2 A Levels, tuition fees will be waived. If you meet the Eligible Benefit criteria AND are aged 19-23, tuition fees will be waived. Tuition fees will not be waived for students aged over 23 studying a Level 3 or higher course, however these students may qualify for a 24+ Advanced Learning Loan.
Course Content: This is a day release course for young people in employment.

There are six core units of study:

• Engineering Mathematics

• Electrical and…

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Duration:2 Years Fee: Under 24 year old : £1192 (Price Includes Registration fee of £142)
Full-Time courses for 16-18 School Leavers are Free.

Course fees are per year.
If you are aged between 19 and 23 and you don’t have a qualification equivalent to 2 A Levels, tuition fees will be waived. If you meet the Eligible Benefit criteria AND are aged 19-23, tuition fees will be waived. Tuition fees will not be waived for students aged over 23 studying a Level 3 or higher course, however these students may qualify for a 24+ Advanced Learning Loan.
Course Content: This is a day release course for young people in employment.

There are six core units of study:

• Engineering Mathematics

• Electrical and Electronic Principles

• Mechanical Principles and Applications

• Business Systems

• Project and Communication

You then have a choice of further additional Mechanical Units:

• Properties and Applications of Engineering Materials

• Engineering Drawing

• CAD

• Further Mechanical Principles and Applications

• CNC

• Electro/Pneumatics/Hydraulic Systems and Devices

• Engineering Design

• Mechanical Systems

• Engineering Primary Processes

• Engineering Secondary Processes

• Welding Technology

• Mechanical Measurement and Inspection Techniques

• Commercial Aspects of Engineering Organisations

• Further Mathematics Entry Qualification: The selection of candidates is at the discretion of the centre. It is preferred that candidates have at least four GCSEs at grade C or above including maths and science. Special Features: User friendly atmosphere. Use of latest industrial software available. Support where needed. Course Format: Units are taught in a classroom environment with practicals where necessary. It is not considered a vocational qualification. Progression: You could progress onto an HNC in Mechanical Engineering or a degree in Mechanical Engineering

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