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Electrical Upskilling

This course aims to provide each student will a better understanding of common electrical practises. Once a student has completed the course, they will not only know how to work with electricity effectively, but, also, have the ability to design, wire and troubleshoot an electrical control panel.
  2021/22 Academic Year

Siemens Level 1

SERC are the only accredited provider in the island of Ireland of the prestigious, internationally recognised Siemens Mechatronic Systems Certification Programme (SMSCP). On successful completion of the SMSCP Level 1, the student will be recognised as a Siemens Certified Mechatronic Systems Assistant.
  2021/22 Academic Year

Introduction to Arduino

Have you ever wanted to programme your very own microcontroller? From an automatic watering system for the green house, to starting the coffee machine when you wake up, the Arduino can do it!
  2021/22 Academic Year

Electronics for Kids

This course has been created for the young engineers of the future. Is your son or daughter interested in how things work? In this course they will learn how to design and engineer common items e.g. an alarmed safe.
  2021/22 Academic Year

Introduction to Circuit Design and Manufacture

Technology is such a part of all our lives. From mobile phones to home electrical appliances, they all depend on some form of circuit board or electronic system. Learn how to design and manufacture standard and surface- mount PCBs.
  2021/22 Academic Year

Pearson BTEC Level 4 Automation, Robotics and Programmable Logic Controllers

The aim of this unit is for students to investigate how Programmable Logic Controllers (PLCs) and industrial robots can be programmed to successfully implement automated engineering solutions.

Pearson BTEC Level 4 Electrical and Electronic Principles

Electrical engineering is mainly concerned with the movement of energy and power and its generation and consumption. Electronics is mainly concerned with the manipulation of information, which may be acquired, stored, processed or transmitted in electrical form. These principles form the foundation of this module.