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Pearson BTEC HNC Engineering (Manufacturing) (RQF)


The course aims to provide opportunities for mechanical/manufacturing engineers or technicians to achieve a nationally recognised, vocationally specific Level 4 qualification, and to develop a range of skills and techniques.

70388
Bangor
31 to 32 Weeks
Level 4
Part-Time Study
Summary

Campus: Bangor

Course Code: 70388

Duration: 31 to 32 Weeks

Level: 4

Type: Part-Time

Course Structure
This is a 2 year programme. The course aims to provide opportunities for mechanical/manufacturing engineers or technicians to achieve a nationally recognised, vocationally specific Level 4 qualification, and to develop a range of skills and techniques. The course is made up of 8 units. 4 mandatory and 4 specialist
 

Units studies include:

  • Engineering Science
  • Engineering Design
  • Engineering Maths
  • Managing a Professional Project
  • Production Engineering for Manufacture
  • Quality and Process Improvement
  • Automation, Robotics and PLC
  • CAD/CAM
 
*Important Information on the Full Fee  – Please note that this fee is for the 1st year only. Fees will apply for each year of a course.
 
 
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Bangor

Part-Time

16/09/2019
Day: Monday
Time: 09:00-17:00

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£886.00

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Contact Hours
You will require one of the following:
  • a BTEC Level 3 qualification in Engineering
  • a GCE Advanced level profile which demonstrates strong performance in a relevant subject or an adequate performance in more than one GCE subject. Equivalent to 64 UCAS points
  • other related Level 3 qualifications

Applications are particularly welcome from women and mature students with relevant industrial experience.

Accreditation of prior learning is a process by which credits may be awarded for previous relevant learning. It may also help gain entry to a programme if you do not have the required entry qualifications. This may be certificated or experiential learning.

Entry Requirements
On completion of the Higher National Certificate in Manufacturing Engineering, you will have access to a range of jobs such as a mechanical engineer, production engineer, test engineer and operations engineer. You will also be able to progress to management positions in the manufacturing engineering industry.
 
Please note that this course can be priced per unit instead of the full set fee.
 
How will I be assessed and given feedback?
As well as gaining a recognised qualification, you will receive training on a wide range of industry standard equipment and software.
 
Where will it take me?
Assessment for this programme is carried out on a continuous basis using a combination of written assignments, practical assessments and tests.
 
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Students will be required to comply with SERC's Terms & Conditions of study.

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