Engineering and Electrical Installation

Level 3 General Engineering
Course Title
Level 3 General Engineering
Course Code
Mode of Study
Entry Requirements
Grade 4 or above in GCSE English and maths and two additional GCSEs at grade 4 or a strong Merit profile on a relevant Level 2 qualification.
Leads on to
Following successful completion of your 90 credit Diploma you may be able to progress to the following: • BTEC 120 credit Diploma or BTEC Extended Diploma in Engineering. • Level 4 HNC or Foundation Degree in Engineering or specialist Engineering discipline • Engineering Apprentice This course opens up a host of career opportunities across a wide range of engineering careers including: Design Engineer, Aerospace Engineer, Manufacturer, Eco and Environmental Planner, Transport Engineer and many more
Study engineering and you could be on the road to becoming a highly-skilled technician, able to work in a variety of disciplines including: product design, aerospace, manufacturing, electrical and electronics and communications plus mechanical, nuclear and energy as well as environment and transport engineering. Working in our Mechanical and Electronic classrooms and workshops, you will develop skills in a variety of disciplines. You will study nine of the following units:
Engineering principles (Mechanical, Electrical and Electronic)
Delivery of engineering processes safely as a team
Engineering product design and manufacture
Applied commercial and quality principles in engineering
Microcontroller systems for engineers
Computer aided drafting in Engineering
Specialist engineering project
Mathematics for Engineering Technicians Electronic measurement and testing of circuits Static mechanical principles in practice Mechanical measurement and inspection technology