course

Engineering

HND Engineering (Mechanical)

This nationally recognised programme takes one year of part time study, attending for one extended day each week.

Overview

  • Course code:

    17/18-OHNDEG1P/1

  • Subject area:

    Engineering

  • Type:

    Part Time

  • Duration:

    1 Year

  • Venue:

    Welwyn Garden City Campus

  • Start dates:

    26/09/2017

  • Fees*:

    2860.00

  • Awarding body:

    Pearson Education Ltd (Formerly EDEXCEL)

About the course

We boast an impressive list of professional experts as part of our Engineering team. Your lecturers will include people who have previously built and designed engineered devices such as cars, domestic electronics, avionics and computers.

Important information

What are the Course Requirements?

Students should already have a BTEC Higher National Certificate in an engineering discipline.

You will need to complete the Higher National (HNC) before starting the HND. There is no direct entry on to this course.

Modules to be Studied: Further Analytical Methods, Research Project, Design for Manufacture, Application of Pneumatics & Hydraulics Programmable Logic Controllers

Assessment is by a series of assignments (course work).

Fees

  • 16-18 years old, no tuition fees apply to Full Time courses and fees subject to confirmation. Additional costs applicable to BHS courses.
  • For all two year courses fees shown above are per year.
  • Aged 19+ and planning to take a level 3 or above a different fee may apply. You may be eligible for an Advanced Learning Loan.

Careers

The engineering sector is continuing to close the skills gap and needs to keep up with rapidly developing technologies. The Level 1 in Engineering has been designed to give those of you that are new entrants to the engineering sector the underpinning knowledge and specific skills needed to meet the needs of modern engineering industries.

The BTEC Firsts in Engineering link to many of the National Occupational Standards in engineering and can contribute towards the knowledge, skills and understanding of one or more engineering NVQs.

The content of the qualifications goes beyond that strictly required for an NVQ, and provides for progression into employment and to further education and qualifications such as the BTEC Diplomas in Engineering. The qualifications are also expected to be recognised as technical certificates as part of apprenticeship schemes at Level 2.

The qualification structures include a wide range of units to provide opportunities for learners who intend progressing into technician roles as well as for those who are not yet based in industry and wish to gain an understanding of engineering.

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