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Level 4 Electrical Engineering – Higher National Certificate
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|Electrical Engineering HNC (PU) Y1||06/09/2021||09/05/2023|| ||£2,500.00||
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Information about this Course
Engineering & Manufacturing
One Year (Full Time) or Two Years (Part Time)
Level 3 Engineering Diploma with a minimum DM profile, a Level 3 Engineering Extended Diploma with a minimum DDM profile or verifiable equivalent experience together with GCSE Maths and English at grade 9-5.
Our Engineering Higher Education provision is concerned with the design,
development, installation, operation and maintenance of just about everything
that has moveable parts. As a result, there are job opportunities for engineers
in all fields of work in the engineering sector.
The HNC in Engineering includes a mix of theory, practical work and
experiments and is useful to applicants who wish to extend their skills and
knowledge before entering the workplace. The course is made up of eight units,
five of which are specific to this particular area of study. The core units
- Analytical methods
- Engineering science
- Engineering project
The remaining credits are achieved through the completion of specialist units
which may include:
- Applications of power electronics
- Electrical and electronic principles
- Combinational and sequential logic
- Digital and analogue devices and circuits
Students can progress on to a Higher National Diploma to demonstrate further knowledge and competence in the workplace. This qualification will also give many students the opportunity to enrol on a suitable engineering degree at university.