How long is the course?
The course is part time, day release and evening classes over two years. The course is 10.5 hours per week for 34 weeks per year.
How will I learn?
The units are designed by a combination of lectures and practical lab sessions.
What subjects will I study?
Over the 2 years you will cover 120 credits made up of modules which include:
• Maths for engineering technicians
• Mechanical Principals
• Electrical Principals
• Engineering drawing
• Engineering project
• Health and Safety
• Communications for Engineering technicians
• Engineering materials
• Fluid mechanics
How will I be assessed?
The course is assessed by a combination of formal assessments and assignments. A portfolio of evidence is assembled for each unit.
Are there any additional costs?
General stationery will be needed as well as a scientific calculator.
What are the entry requirements?
• Four GCSEs at grade C or above to include mathematics and science
• GNVQ Intermediate
• C&G Level 2 or equivalent
• Relevant Industrial experience
Can I get more information?
For more information please contact us:
T: 01229 825017
What opportunities will this lead to?
Progression to Higher National Certificate or Higher National Diploma in Mechanical Engineering or an engineering degree subject to achieving the correct grades.