BTEC Level 2 First Diploma in Engineering
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Hours of attendance and start date will be confirmed at interview or enrolment.
This course is ideal for anyone with an interest in manufacturing engineering as it will lead to a work-related qualification which reflects the knowledge, skills and understanding required in the sector.
The course covers a number of core units:
- Interpreting engineering information
- Mathematics for engineering technicians
- Working safely and effectively in Engineering
Technical units from:
- Application of quality control
- Engineering assembly methods and techniques
- Engineering materials
- Engineering marking out
- Computer Aided Design
- Selecting and using secondary machining operations
- Working practices
The teaching of these units includes a substantial amount of practical workshop experience.
You will also study Functional Skills at an appropriate level and will learn through a combination of practical activities and theory lessons.
You will need a minimum of 3 GCSE's at grade A*-D including English, mathematics (Intermediate paper) and Science and preferably a relevant Design and Technology subject. You should demonstrate an active interest in engineering.
If English is not your first language, a minimum IELTS (Academic) of 5.0, Cambridge FCE, TOEFL 61(internet based), 173 (computer based) or TOEIC 570 is required. Completion of High School studies is required.
You will be continually assessed through projects and assignments.
Progression at The College onto a related BTEC Subsidiary/Extended Diploma or to employment or Apprenticeship traning with continued part time study.
The cost of this course is £5000 per year for tuition and a deposit of £300 should be sent with the International Students Application for Admission Form. There may be an additional cost for materials and educational visits.
There will be a £30 materials fee at enrolment