Who is the course for

This course is for anyone working for an engineering company who would like to acquire an industry standard qualification in recognition of their status, or those who would like to progress within the industry. The course is also for those who are currently seeking employment at technician/engineer level in the electrical, electronics or computer environment.

Course Content

Course units include:

  • Health and safety in the engineering workplace
  • Communication for engineering technicians
  • Electrical and electronic principles
  • Mathematics for engineering technicians
  • Mechanical principles and applications
  • Engineering design
  • Principles & applications or electronic devices & circuits
  • Electrical technology
  • Electronic fault-finding
  • Features and applications of electrical machines.
  • Engineering project.

Study Methods

A balance of lecturer, laboratory/practical work, tutorials, private study periods, projects and assignment work.

How is the course assessed

All the units are assessed by course assignments which meet BTEC grading criteria for Pass, Merit and Distinction.

Where next - Further Studies

HNC/D in Electrical & Electronic Engineering at Uxbridge College.

Where next - Job Opportunities

Various

More Information

The price quoted in this factsheet is for the first year of the course only. A similar amount will be payable in each of the 2nd and 3rd years of the course.

Last updated 23 August 2018

How to Apply

This course requires an informal telephone interview. Please click the orange button below to fill out the application form with your details and we will be in touch to arrange a time to contact you.

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Eden

I am enjoying my learning at Uxbridge College. The engineering labs are spacious with a wide range of equipment for students to use and learn. The staff are very friendly and helpful and there is a variety of resources to learn with. The College was recommended to me by a guidance counsellor and I think it’s a very good place to learn