Mechanical Engineering 2 Units (Optional) – HND Diploma
The course is best suited to students who want to know how things are made. The course is for students who wish to obtain unitised qualifications in Engineering. Consequently, all students on this course will be expected to enter for the assessment
Ideally entrants will have obtained some GCSE’s at Grade D or above, in Maths, English and Science. However for mature students enrolment will be by interview to agree approved prior learning or relevant experience.
Unit 19: Electronic Circuit Construction and Testing
The intention of this unit is to give students the opportunity to develop their skills in the construction and testing of electronic circuits and will include basic testing skills for fault finding electronic circuits.
The course will be taught with a combination of formal lectures and student based assignment work.
Assessment will be carried out by in-course assignments.
All assessment is externally moderated.
Successful completion of this unit, will count towards the gaining of the full BTEC 1st Diploma in Engineering and if combined with suitable Maths/Science qualifications will allow progression onto the BTEC National Certificate in Electrical/Electronic Engineering.
This course information is accurate at the time of printing but is subject to change.
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